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So I been reading on here with people putting a paper clip in the switch to bypass the sensor so you don’t have to push the clutch in to start your car i tried doing this but sadly I couldn’t find a paper clip to save my life so I decided to cut the three wires and just wire the black and yellow together and just let the green wire hang can anyone tell me what the green wire is for the clutch safety switch?
 

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Because pushing the clutch pedal is hard and unnecessary

Or maybe his clutch safety switch went out and he needs to get to work to make enough $ to get a new one.

Green/Blk = clutch "up" meaning it isn't pushed down.

It's a good safety to have. You'd be surprised at how you'll accidentally crank it (in gear) while working on it..and possibly lunge through your garage door or something.
 
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