How come the 1993 Ford Tempo dies right after you start it You have to hold press and hold on the gas pedal for a few minutes before it will work properly?
Your automatic choke isn't working properly or at all. If the vehicle is fuel injected (which it probably is) the fault could probably be traced to a faulty sensor somewhere. If the car is carburetted either the carburettor needs tuning or replacing. What you are doing right now is no problem, try not to rev the motor too hard though (rev it as little as possible without the motor stalling).
Why would an 86 Century wagon v6 carburetor have a hard time starting when it is cold and why do you have to step on gas pedal to make the choke close?
First, check the obvious things...is there a battery in the pedal? is the adaptor you're using working? is you guitar lead plugged in properly? are all the leads plugged in properly? volume up? leads working properly? if all this stuff checks out then there may be something wrong with the components inside the pedal, in which case take it to a guitar technician to be fixed. it may be something simple and relatively cheap to…
It is located on the brake pedal, behind the fuse box. There are two similar switches, one on top of the other. The top one is for the cruise control and the lower one is for the brake pedal. You can just break off the old one and then properly insert the new one, making sure that the tabs actually snap into the slot on the pedal.