Re: clutch pedal
Originally Posted by oldschoolclass
A lot of Rangers have a sensor on the back of the clutch that has to be engaged for the engine to turn over.... it's a safety protocol. Look up behind the clutch and see if it has a nub that hits a sensor... then align it/play with it till it's engaging properly.
as he said^^^^^^^^^^ it's your clutch positioning switch. it is attached to the clutch pedal.......$30 part or maybe it is just loose....
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