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Clicking noise from clutch when I push down to shift gears

I have had a clicking noise for the last month everytime I push the clutch in to shift gears. This morning however, it was like I didn't have a clutch. Everything worked but being able to start my jeep. I looked through the book that came with my jeep and ended up putting a 10 amp in to over ride the safety feature. Do you have any idea what might be happening?

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There is a switch on the clutch linkage. you can see it if you look under the pedol it looks like a black cylinder that slides along the clutch shaft. when this breaks you can't start you Jeep.
Mine broke I had to wait 2 weeks for a replacement part.
oh yeah( it clicks when you press the clutch) so you know it is broken.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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