if its hydraulic there could be air in your line. bleed your clutch and refill.
Letting go of the pedal or pushing the gas pedal.
If the pedal is stuck down, no vacuum to the release diaphragm on the pedal
Pushing on the brake pedal
There are several things that can cause your car to spotter when you step lightly on the gas pedal. The most common cause is a lack of fuel. A dirty air filter also can cause the problem.
Check the switch on the brake pedal
out of brake fluid?
brake switch located on the top of the brake pedal
Check the switch adjustment on the brake pedal arm.
if you press the pedal to much that is what can cause the engine to flood
if you stick it in the fridge
Typically, that comes from having air in the lines.
try turning on the fan switch in the car
Most likely, a broken pressure plate.
No, only a 98-02 Camaro hood would fit an 01 Camaro
The most likely cause would be a vacuum leak at the rear of the engine or a defective selector switch.
Sounds like a vacum leak to me.
No. It will cause a problem with both back pressure and noise.
Faulty signal sender in the tank.
Could be that the rotors are "out of round" and pulsate Could be a malfunction in the ABS system
Check the bulbs, then the fuse, then the switch at the pedal.
probably means you are running out of gas
Bad hydraulic cylinders.