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Hi dylanlobey

Sounds a lot like thw wiring for the remote connection off the back of your head unit is getting fouled by the clutch pedal. I there is a fuse holder in line with the remote wiring, it may be being pulled apart when you push in the clutch. Check for this and get back to me here if you still have problems.

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