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Old 07-24-2003, 09:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Clutch start cancel

i was wondering what that little button on the left side by the steering wheel called CLUTCH START CANCEL does i cant really figure it out and neither can my dad.
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Old 07-24-2003, 09:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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im guessing this makes it so you dont have to hold down the clutch to start the engine, you can just have it in neutral
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im guessing this makes it so you dont have to hold down the clutch to start the engine, you can just have it in neutral
Yeup... Here's a thread from back in may about it:

http://www.yotatech.com/showthread.p...threadid=10967
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Mark you didn't find that thread by using the search function did you...haha J/K Fooddude. That button is pretty cool. I use it to start my truck in the mornings before work so I don't have to get all they way into it to push in the clutch. Offroad it works wonders too.
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That button is handy when offroading. In the other thread they talk a lot about uphill. I found it very useful a few times when going downhill and getting stuck, i.e engine stalled. Anytime you need the traction and breaking power of the car in gear and don't have time for a few tire revolutions until the clutch is fully released it's good to be able to start in gear. You get a smooth start, no lurching. I would of course only do it in 4Lo!
Main other use: start the car without getting in when airing up with the little TruckAir compressor.
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