Have you ever gotten into your Mustang Pressed in the clutch and it still wouldn't start? Or do you have to "boot" your pedal to the floor in order for the engine to spin when the starter is engaged? You may be a candidate for a Clutch Pedal Safety Switch. Located on the clutch pedal assembly. The clutch start switch or "safety switch" prevents the engine from cranking unless the clutch pedal is depressed fully. This serves as a safety device that keeps the engine from possibly starting while in gear. Replace yours for safety and proper function today!
i jumped in my car and all was normal until i turned the key past the ignition point and nothing. after a little research i concluded it was the safety switch. ordered it and replaced it and worked like a charm. no problems since i installed it.
Yes, I would recommend this item to a friend!
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Bought this for my 88 mustang and it was exactly what I needed at the right price.
This is by far the best experience I have ever had buying parts for my mustang. There is no other place for me, then LatemodelResto. I have bought multiple parts over multiple orders and have had nothing but a smile from ear to ear. Aaron Westerman was my contact person from LatemodelResto. I could not ask for a better customer service representative than him! He went above and beyond multiple times for me and made my experience with Latemodel the reason I keep coming back. LatemodelResto will continue being my #1 stop for my Mustang parts.
My name is Bryan Bayer and this is my 1988 Mustang GT. Currently going through the process of smoothing the engine bay and building a new motor. Motor is a stock short block 302 with GT40P heads and t...