Because you're stepping on the gas pedal.
My 89 B2200 does this. Its like there is a dead spot in the acceleration. It is because the accelerator pump is leaking.
Driving a car is basically turning on the ignition and stepping on the gas pedal.
A 1990 Cutlass Ciera might hesitate and sputter when the gas pedal is depressed because of water in the fuel or because of damaged or dirty fuel injectors. You might also have an issue with the wiring or the distributor.
pressing on the brake pedal lightly for a short distance
When it's worn out. When it's badly adjusted. When you keep your foot lightly on the clutch pedal.
exhaust stopped up and cant breathe
It is called
An Improper WIPE.. will cause a skid Too much pressure on the gas pedal or brake pedal can cause a skid.
Gasoline pedal/air intake pedal
Well, the most force that's reasonably easy to deliver is the weight of the rider, "stepping up" onto the pedal while riding standing up.
When a weird noise comes from the exhaust after stepping on the gas pedal, it could mean that there is a hole in the exhaust pipe. Sometimes the exhaust pipe will rust and need to be replaced.
You should check your fuel filter. If it's clogged replace it if not then you might have a bad fuel pump. Have the fuel pump tested. There are lots of things that can cause this problem but its best to start with the easiest.
The pedal needs to be greased with good ole WD-40 where the pedal goes into the firewall.
The brake pedal and the accelerator pedal can cause a change in speed.
because all vehicles have an idle. Without an idle your car would not stay running.
The brake light switch located at the pedal is most likely broken or stuck Did you check the bulb and replace it if required?
Letting go of the pedal or pushing the gas pedal.
First, check the battery in the pedal (or its power supply). Next, there should be a series of controls on the pedal which adjust the effect. Read the instructions that came with to learn what each nob does. Finally, stepping on the pedal activates the effect. You do not need to hold it down just 'click' it. Another 'click' will turn it back off.
The brake pedal has nothing to do with it. If air is in the system then bleed the brakes.
Check around brake pedal for something rubbing. If OK, I'd look into the master cylinder.
Because you have the hand break on Clutch slipping
If the pedal is stuck down, no vacuum to the release diaphragm on the pedal