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Welcome, I'm Chris (aka Moose).
So you are saying you can drive the vehicle, but if you press the clutch in to coast the wheels lock up?
Thanks, ***** ***** brake lights are coming on, that means the brake pedal is physically going down when the clutch is pressed. This means you have an issue at the top of the clutch and brake pedals with the hinge pin, bushing, or bracket. The rotation on the clutch pedal hinge pin is also twisting the hinge pin to the brake pedal and pushing it down as well. Your focus needs to be the top of both pedals to look for damage and worn parts there.
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Sorry for the delay. Here is a diagram.
Hello again Chris here,
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