Ok lets take one problem at a time. First using the pic below, I would like you to check the S term on the back of the starter solenoid for power when the key is in the start position. So what you do is simply hook up either a digital multi meter or test light to the S term on the starter and the other end to a good ground and then turn the key to the crank position do you get power? If not then we will check the clutch switch. The clutch switch is also a neutral safety switch so it is bad there will be now power there. Get back to me with what you find. If there is no power to the S term on the starter then I would like you to make a fused jumper wire and check the clutch switch. Unplug it and jump between term 30 and 46 (see pic below), make sure that the wire colors are as such too, red wire with light blue strip to white wire with pink stripe. Make sure it is in neutral and see if it starts. If it does then the clutch switch is bad.
Here is pic for starter test.
Here is pic for clutch switch.
Wednesday, October 21st, 2009 AT 10:49 AM