This is the neutral clutch safety switch on the F250 (1987) from the video the fellow did on bypassing the switch. It is clearly a switch that takes only one fuse, and it's just below the emergency brake release handle.
I can find nothing even remotely similar on my truck.
However, using a diagram I located what I think is the clutch safety switch. It is not on the left side of the floorboard, but the far right. It has four fuse slots, and four wires. Two are red, two are green.
|this white plug connects to the black plug below.|
|The black plug is mounted on a rod that connects to a piston on the brake column, which depresses when you push the clutch in. This switch seems to match the diagram below although it's not exact.|
My plan is to go ahead tomorrow and try putting a fuse in first the white plug, and if that doesn't work then see if it will fit in the black one. I am fumbling my way here , but I don't want to have the truck hauled down to the shop I go to on a wrecker just to ask them to identify the switch to me. I already know they won't help me bypass it.