What would cause a car to slightly rev and feel like its going to move forward when stopped with your feet firmly on the brake?
Manual or Automatic? I will assume automatic. Most likely a vacuum leak or a device like the air conditioner turning on telling the ECU to increase the RPMs to compensate. The car moving forward is the torque converting starting to lock up as the RPMs rise which is normal. I would check for a vacuum leak first.
2000 Jeep Laredo Key will not turn forward in the ignition to start it will turn backward and allow radio to work?
The brake fluid reservoir is located under the dash and behind the speedometer. Place both of you hands over the hump of the speedometer on your dash. Grasp the hump firmly and pull slightly forward and up. You will find numerous tabs in the front that need this hump cover to be lifted from. Make sure you save the molded transparent plastic shield over the reservoir. When replacing put the transparent plastic in place, hook…
Firmly press down on the bezel or cover. Press down into the rear deck. This will release the bezel from the teeth on the metal housing. Now slide it forward ( toward the front of the car) while holding it firmly pressed down into the rear deck. Once removed you will see how the metal teeth on the bottom of the metal housing bracket bit into the plastic bezel.
What does it mean when you put your car in reverse then as it is backin up you slightly push the brake then put it in drive and it cuts off?
If you have no brake pressure, after bleeding the system, then the master cylinder is wasted. Before you replace it, make sure the brake booster is firmly connected, and not leaking vacuum. Another sign, if you are sitting at a traffic light with your foot on the brake and the pedal starts creeping down to the floor and your not losing brake fluid, the master is bad.