Originally Posted by Arizona_SVO
So, what you are asking for is where the clutch switch is? If you are asking for your 7.3 monster there, the clutch switch is on the inside of the cab and rides on the clutch push rod. It is actually a set of 2 switches combined into one unit. One that determines if the clutch is all the way pushed (for starting) and the other tells it if the clutch is partially pressed (for disengaging the cruise control). Both of these mount in one switch and the switch is removed by pressing the sides of the electrical connector together to disconnect the harness, then remove the cover by pressing the sides of that cover together and removing it. The switch can then be rotated and removed from within the cab if necessary.
The switch rides freely on the rod and if you pull it out a bit, you can rotate it for easier access to the harness.
You could very easily put in a secondary switch to act as a starter kill for what you are looking for. It would have no effect on bump starting though.
Hope this is what you were looking for...
Yea thats kinda what i was asking about because i wanted to make sure that sensor was in fact in the cab before i go cutting wires.
Basically i want the sensor that tells the starter the clutch is pressed to have an on and off switch so that when i turn it off its as if the clutch is not pressed even though it is, thus foiling most thefts.
When i flip the switch on, the sensor will act just as it does normally like when it rolled off the assembly line