On my '84 21R engine it turned out to be the coil after much swapping & cussing.
She pressed on the gas pedal to make the car go forward.He pressed on the sustain pedal while he played piano.
the clutch pedal
I pressed the pedal to move faster in my car.
One of the main causes of feeling a vibration in the gas pedal is engine vibration. The vibration from the engine causes the accelerator cable or linkage to vibrate and the vibration can be felt in the gas pedal. Check with a mechanic to be sure.
It's called a Sostenato pedal and it sustains only the notes that are being held down when the pedal is pressed.
Air in the clutch line and needs to be bled.
ticking noise when the gas pedal is pressed in a 2005 ford ranger
Inspect the front tires they may have a bubble on one of them it is possible that a wheel bearing is going out but the easy check is to inspect the tires after you have driven it a few miles
Your transmission does not know how far you have the accelerator pressed. Some cars have a cable that runs between the throttle and transmission to 'tell' the transmission how far you have the gas pedal pressed. Some cars use electronic sensors to 'tell' the transmission how far you have the pedal pushed. It sounds like your transmission 'thinks' your gas pedal is not pressed at all. This will cause the shift points to occur exactly as you describe them. Look for an unhooked cable between the transmission and throttle.
Sounds like the power brake booster is bad. Get it checked out.
Check around brake pedal for something rubbing. If OK, I'd look into the master cylinder.
a bad engine and transmission mount 1 in the rear near the fire wall or 1 in front near the radiator.
One reason that your truck might start to shake when the gas pedal is pressed is because the tires could need to be balanced. The problem could also be your shock absorbers, or struts. * It has less to do with the gas pedal as it has to do with parts affected by acceleration.
get a new one
I've had this problem with my 2002 Toyota Tacoma Pre-Runner many times and I was told by a Toyota dealership that it may be the mass air sensor because they tend to corrode. I have a few friends with the same truck and they have the same problem. Unfortunately, if you want to replace it, it cost around $300.
I have an 05 Prius and the pedal looks just like any other pedal I have seen on cars.
It prevents engine cranking unless the clutch pedal is pressed.
The accelerator pedal. Also known as a gas pedal.
You might want to replace the front rubber brake lines. On the inside of the brake hose they disintegrate, which causes the fluid to go thru the line but not return when pedal is pressed. If it releases when car sits and cools off .then this is probably the culprit.GOOD LUCK
Above the brake pedal, on top of the pedal lever.
If the engine is running it is burning fuel, whether the gas pedal is pressed or not.
You can only adjust the clutch pedal. You can adjust position and range just on top of the pedal.
The brake pedal itself swings on a pivot when pressed, pushing a piston through the fire wall into the master cylinder. Forcing brake fluid through the brake lines into a proportioning valve, then into the brakes themselves, bringing the vehicle to a stop. As soon as the brake pedal is pressed, it activates a switch that turns the brake lights on.
Toyota has recently started replacing their gas pedals. These were the cause of major recalls.