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rudbwoy69camaro 
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I've been studying on how to bypass the clutch on my '91 integra.  Again, I am going to in stall an RS3.  Here is the link I've been reading. Here is another the link I've been reading too.  I don't want to hard wire the switch at the clutch pedal-so when the engine is on, you can crank the starter-either purposely or accidentally-I don't like that idea.  I like to keep it safe in a sense.

Please help. Thank you in advance for your time.

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Here are a couple of bypass methods with diagrams

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Jump the purple wire on the ribbon cable of the relay pack to 85, +12v on 86, 87 to one of the clutch switch wires and 30 to the other wire. This method only connects the clutch switch together while the remote starter is cranking the starter, not the whole time the vehicle is remote started like listed above.
In other words, us the diagrams in the above post, but instead of ground when running on 85, use the purple wire un the ribbon cable.
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High up on the clutch pedal arm there is your clutch switch.....find it.....I do believe it is a blue/black wire, there are only two...one has constant ground, and the other has ground when the clutch is pressed in.....tap your negative before starting and while running wire into this wire....this will give the proper ground signal to the car, bypassing the clutch switch.

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