The clutch start sensor on my Ford Ranger 95 STX SuperCab gave out and I bypassed it, for now. It's becoming very hard to find a replacement that can be imported to Brazil, so is there a problem with running without it for the long term, if I can't find the part?
I take it by "clutch start sensor" you are meaning the neutral safety switch, the sensor which won't allow you to start the vehicle unless the clutch is depressed or the vehicle is in neutral? If so, this will cause your vehicle no issues to run without it. This is meant as a safety item to prevent the vehicle from moving if you leave it in gear while starting. As long as you account for it and prevent the vehicle from being in gear or depressing the clutch at startup, you should have absolutely no issues.