Mine is doing that. I have a '92. I have not looked into the matter yet but I believe it is a wheel cylinder that has a sticking piston.
If the gas pedal is sticking on a 1980 Chevy, it is possible that the cable is wearing out. Check for slack in the cable. There could also be dirt on the pedal itself that is causing it to stick.
if its a manual transmission its attached to the clutch pedal housing if its an automatic its the shifter
It is the electronic part at the base of the accelerator pedal itself.
could be a number of things but most likely is the TPS or fuel injector
Your 1983 Chevy S10 Blazer might stall when the accelerator pedal is depressed because of a clogged or dirty fuel filter. Gas that is mixed with water or condensation from the tank can also cause this issue.
the switch is on top back side of brake pedal.
If you are getting a code 38 on a 1992 Chevy van, it means that the brake switch is stuck in stop mode. This will also cause your cruise control to not disengage when you press your brake pedal.
NO. It has a cable.
Is this a trick question??? If it's an automatic it won't have a clutch pedal lol!
The rear brakes are called a dual servo brake system... it uses one shoe to activate the other in a braking situation. When the rear brakes are over adjusted the slightest touch of the brake pedal will cause them to engage. what is actually happening is your rear brakes are engaging before the fronts even get close. You need to either back off the adjusters yourself if you know how or take it to a garage and have them back them off.
Gasoline pedal/air intake pedal
usually the brake light swith is up under the dash right above the brake pedal itself. I have an 09 cobalt and it has a u shaped tab that rides on the side of the brake pedal arm on a small stud that sticks out.
Occasionally the gas pedal will have some resistance when you press it. You could check and lube gas pedal, gas cable, and throttle itself.
if it runs fine until you push the gas pedal the accelerator pump may be bad if it has a carb on it.
get a new one
Found out that I had an exposed wire lying on the arm of the gas pedal.
On my 1997 Silverado the TPS is right in the accelerator pedal. Look close at your pedal for the wire and plug in module.
An Improper WIPE.. will cause a skid Too much pressure on the gas pedal or brake pedal can cause a skid.
The pedal needs to be greased with good ole WD-40 where the pedal goes into the firewall.
behind the brake pedal.
Next to the gas pedal
It's attached to the brake pedal itself, near the pivot point at the top of the pedal.
Remove reservoir cap and pump the clutch pedal until air bubbles rise and pedal feels firm.