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What is the problem when your car bogS down when the gas pedal is pressed?

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2005-10-17 00:29:42
2005-10-17 00:29:42

maby your acclator pump is not working you might have a vaccume leak your carb may be to big for the motor

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Sticking Brake LightsI had this very same problem when I owned a Nissan 300zx. There is a switch in front of the brake pedal that when the brake pedal is pressed the metal part of the pedal presses down on a little button which turns the brake lights on when pressing the pedal. What I did was I got under the dash, took a flashlight and put a little piece of tape in between the pedal and the switch. It acted as a cushion because the pedal wasn't pushing down on the switch as it was pushing on the tape and when I pressed on the pedal the lights would come on but the tape pushed the pedal back to shut the switch off. If you want to avoid all this consider having your brake pedal adjusted. If your brake lights come on still consider having your cars wiring checked out.

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If it is a manual transmission, then push the accelerator pedal down more when you release the clutch. If it is an automatic transmission, then you probably need to get the transmission serviced. If you think the transmission isn't the problem, then get your engine serviced. To tell which is the problem, put the car in neutral and let it idle. If it is idling on low RPMs (less than 600 for gasoline, 800 for diesel [varies with car engines and age]) then it is the engine. If it bogs down when you take off from a dead stop, then it would probably be the transmission. When a car bogs down, it puts quite a bit of unnecessary wear and tear on the engine, leading to more expensive payments. I would take your car into a mechanic shop and have them look at it. Replace air and fuel filters.

when the vehicle is parked they are raising the motor, Or when passing by it rattles the window

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The brake shoes are inside the drum, which is turning along with your wheel. When you press the pedal, it pushes fluid through the brake line, and that fluid forces the shoes outward and they push on the inside of the drum, which slows it down, and thus slows down your car.

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power booster behind master cylinder sounds like they may be the problem

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