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    Default Where is "clutch pedal position switch" on my 1990 GMC K2500 4x4 5.7L 5-spd?

    Starter quit operating. Have power to dash accessories. Battery seems good (will start my other truck). In the process of checking grounds, other connections, conductors, etc. in the starter circuit, I want to check this switch, but I'm not sure where to look for it. Haynes manual only shows it in a circuit schematic.

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    try your local parts store and just ask them. i dont know about any others but i know autozone can usually look up the part then get either a diagram or a description of where the part is located, if they dont know right off hand. good luck!

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