bad wires?

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Asked by Jan 31, 2011 at 12:58 PM about the Ford F-350

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have an 02 f350 stroke dually, everytime i push in the clutch, (at start up or while driving) all the driving lights come on til i let off the clutch, any ideas why?
FYI-dad totaled the bed on the driver side, could that be a source?

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no there should not be any issue like putting the bed into a pole that would do something to the wiring. check the clutch pedal wiring relay if it also does it on start up, sine you have the good kind of ford truck (manual transmission) you have to press the clutch to get it started, without pressing it, it won't start. so check a repair manual under driveline then clutch and wiring.

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ok thanks

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