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The clutch has to be depressed to turn the starter not to start the engine if something else is spinning it. (pop start rolling down a hill or this rope thing) this will work if you are strong enough. When you pop start a car the clutch is not pressed in when the car is starting. You let the car roll to build up speed and then quickly release the clutch. The clutch will Co next the wheels to the motor transfer the momentum and start the car. You only depress the clutch after the engine is running so you can stop the car without stalling the motor like you normally would
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