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Old 08-04-2019, 10:08 AM   #11
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We replaced one clutch pedal switch already - the one that clips into a bracket and has a plunger that the arm hits when the pedal is depressed. Is there yet another switch? I'll have to take another look. I wonder where it attached? [the wires appear to be red/black] Thanks for the reply. We'll try the jumper with all due caution.
My mistake, that year only has one. But that is most defenitly a broken switch.
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Old 08-04-2019, 10:26 AM   #12
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So would the jumper still be something to try?
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Yeah for sure
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I still have not been over to try the jumper trick yet, but I saw something on the old video that my son found that first led us to replace a faulty clutch pedal switch. I think that maybe our brand new Autozone switch has done broke, as they say. I'll check it out in person, but what is now dangling looks suspiciously like the plug that clicks into the clutch pedal safety switch - show below from that infamous YouTube vid: { I will humbly provide an update if in fact this is what it is....and we missed it first time 'round. :) - Fingers crossed }
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I can almost guarantee 100% that's what it is
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It was the clutch safety switch that came apart. Three weeks old. Autozone. I could not get it back together, so I rigged a jumper until we can exchange the broken switch for a replacement. Tempted to go OEM this time.

THANKS to all who took time to look and to respond. Even though the answer was right under our noses, my son and I really appreciated the effort.

The person he bought this '02 from fancied himself a "tuner" so I imagine we'll be back here....repeatedly. :) At least they replaced the timing belt about 15K ago and the rebuilt trans still has about a year's warranty left.

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Here is the Ford wiring diagram (below). Keep in mind that your vehicle would have a second switch mounted on the pedal bracket and activated by the clutch pedal if the vehicle has cruise control.

FYI the Start Inhibit Switch pn:
Ford F5RZ11A152A
Motorcraft SWE5020

You can get these online for about $30

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Thanks. The new switch that we replaced on the pedal bracket is what came apart. Rather than try another Autozone part made of Chinesium, I'll probably opt for one from the Ford dealer. Right now my temp jumper is working!!
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Glad to hear it is working!
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Thanks. The new switch that we replaced on the pedal bracket is what came apart. Rather than try another Autozone part made of Chinesium, I'll probably opt for one from the Ford dealer. Right now my temp jumper is working!!
Dont count on the Ford/Motorcraft switch being American made but they are generally higher quality that aftermarket parts.

You know you could just leave the jumper and forgo the switch as long as you remember to push in the clutch or put the trans in neutral before cranking. Im dating myself but 30 years ago most manual trans cars did not have a clutch interlock.

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