The clutch interlock switch is located under the dashboard and is similar if not identical to the brake light switch. you will find it where the clutch pedal extends to the furthest down position under the dash. It prevents you from starting the vehicle without depressing the clutch thus preventing starting up in gear, its a safety issue if someone is standing in front of you when you do it you will run them over, but if you need to just cross the wires.
It doesn't have one, it has a switch on the clutch pedal. It also has an interlock switch on the dash, turn the ignition switch on and press the interlock switch and it will bypass the clutch switch.
on your clutch pedal
Nope, i can start my 720 without clutch engaged. Its a 1984 720 with the z24 motor if you were wondering
On a 1993 Mazda Protege, neutral safety switch (also called the shift interlock switch) is located at the top of the brake pedal. It is situated between the headlight relay and the clutch switch.
It is on the clutch pedal. Meaning the clutch must be depressed in order to start the vehicle, since this effectively ensures the vehicle is in neutral.
Attached to body behing brake pedal (if automatic) clutch pedal (if standard)
This is usually known as a neutral safety switch or shift interlock switch.
Clutch safety switches are usually mounted under the dashboard above the clutch pedal, so that they are activated when the clutch is depressed.
I went to Autozone and bought a small pair of vice grips. I was able to get behind the clutch and remove the switch. Disconnecting the plugin I used a small screwdriver. I screwed the old switch out! Put new one in and my 95 Nissan XE is back and starting fine. Contact me at (firstname.lastname@example.org). For questions about the 95 Nissan XE. I have had mine for 10 yrs. I know every nut and bolt on it.
the clutch safety switch is located under the dashboard, on most cars, it is connected directly to the clutch pedel.
If it is an automatic it will not have a clutch safety switch it will have a neutral safety switch
behind the clutch.....