Ford Ranger won't start, doesn't appear to be a battery or fuel problem?
My 1998 Ford Ranger has me guessing at a problem again.
This morning, when I attempted to start it to go to work, it wouldn't start. It wouldn't even attempt to start. The headlights looked bright, the radio worked, and all the warning lights were on as normal, but the car won't turn over. After being advised to, I tried to jump start it, and jumping it had no effect. It is a stick shift, and my best guess is that the safety switch that prevents you from starting with the clutch engaged has jammed or failed.
What else could the problem potentially be?
How would I find and test the previously mentioned clutch safety switch? Once I find it, is there a way to bypass it so I can test it to make sure it is indeed the problem?