on your clutch pedal
no. it connects to the solenoid
Either your starter solenoid, if not check the neutral safety or clutch safety switch.
The clutch safety switch keeps the car from starting unless the clutch is pushed in. On the top of the clutch pedal there is a little black box with a plunger on it. When the clutch is pushed in the electrical connection to the starter solenoid is completed. The switch just unscrews from the bracket.
This is a safety issue but if you do it just connect the wires together.
If it is an automatic it will not have a clutch safety switch it will have a neutral safety switch
A manual transmission wouldn't have a neutral safety switch, may have a clutch safety usually located at the upper end of the clutch pedal under dash area
Yes, most newer cars have a clutch safety switch that prevents the starter from engaging if the clutch isn't depressed.
Bad neutral or clutch safety switch? Bad starter? bad starter solenoid?
Check the park/neutral safety switch, or clutch switch if its a manual.
The F150 uses a safety switch on the clutch system. The switch is under the dash on the clutch pedal arms. If the switch is bad, then the engine will not start.
the clutch safety switch is located under the dashboard, on most cars, it is connected directly to the clutch pedel.