How to fix megane clutch pedal starter switch?
a better way of fixing it is to find the wires going into the switch and just join them together thus bypassing the switch and the need the buy a new switch if that is the problem and the need to press the clutch at the same time
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.
There is a switch on the clutch that won't let the car start unless the clutch pedal is fully depressed. You can turn the key but the starter won't engage. Something stuck under the clutch pedal (matt, etc...) will do it or if someone kicked the switch or possibly the switch has died. You could use a jumper wire to bypass the switch if you had to or just replace the switch.
Izuzu Rodeo Starter Problem.No solenoid click.Battery ok.Starter relay swapped.Starter will spin when jumped to battery but does not engage without solenoid action.Might be ignition or neutral switch?
It is a neutral switch. Starters on newer Isuzu will have a safety-switch installed, even for manual transmissions. The switch, inside the transmission or clutch, will disable the starter circuit until the vehicle is in the proper "mode" to engage the starter. For automatics, this means the starter won't engage unless the transmission is in Park or Neutral. For manuals, (stick-shifts) this means you must engage the clutch while turning the key. Until you engage…
The clutch safety switch is on the clutch pedal shaft. It is a small black box with a plunger coming out of it. When you push the clutch down, the clutch safety switch connects the starter and it should turn over. If it doesn't you may have to replace it or adjust it. It's adjustable. Just adjust it until the red plunger is fully retracted out of the switch when the clutch pedal is pushed…
yes there is. it is located under neath the drivers instrument panel, at the top of the clutch pedal assembly. It has a 2 pin connector, one wire running to a ground, and the other wire running to the starter relay. the clutch pedal must be depressed to start the vehicle and allow the ignition to engage the starter.
There is a clutch switch under the dash attached to the clutch pedal. This switch interrupts the start position of the ignition key, often this switch, or something in the circuit goes bad not allowing the starter to get the power it needs to start. Also check that you're starter solenoid is good. K6 Mazdatruckin.com