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I just replaced a starter on my 94 Honda civic 5 speed ex and that wasn't the problem I think its the clutch pedal safety switch can I replace this or is that even the problem?

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You would have to test for 12v at the starter. If you have none there when a assistant turns the key you need to work back thru the wiring until you find 12v where the voltage stops is the defective component.

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You can verify it it's the clutch switch by bypassing (unplug electrical connector and run a small jumper lead between connectors)

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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