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Old 11-10-2012, 01:41 PM
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Clutch Position Switch

I found out this morning that the clutch position switch on the pushrod is very loose is it suppose to be free-floating, I know it attaches to the push-rod but does it attach somewhere else near the firewall. My father-in law came over to help even he was surprised. Is there a e-clip to hold it in place my manual does not give much information on this subject. Does anyone have information on this subject or pictures thst would help I would really like to get this back together as soon as possible, any information would be greatly appreciated that would be beneficial to assist with this situation. The clutch master cylinder is not bad.
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