Gasoline pedal/air intake pedal
Pushing on the gas pedal
out of brake fluid?
You just press gas pedal :))
A person pressing the gas pedal.
Put a chevy LS2 engine in it <<>> Put your foot down further on the accelerator pedal.
converter is probably clogged
The Engine,Transmission, and the gas pedal.
The little mouse under the pedal
Check around brake pedal for something rubbing. If OK, I'd look into the master cylinder.
· When you are in a car and push down the pedal, the car will accelerate.
A person stomping on the gas pedal of a moving car.
Answerthe accelerator cable may be binding up causing a stiff pedal. check cable where it connects to throttle body. check cable at gas pedal, and where it goes through firewall.what could cause a stiff pedal gas in a 1993 Toyota Tercel with manual transmission?
Could be that the rotors are "out of round" and pulsate Could be a malfunction in the ABS system
sounds like you have a worn out clutch.
Determine the cause and fix it. Could be as simple as cleaning the throttle body.
An accelerator pedal is named as such because it acts to accelerate or change the velocity of the vehicle. In most cases it causes the engine to use more fuel to act to cause a force (or something that accelerates an object) on the vehicles tires. This cause the vehicle to either speed up, or maintain a speed, or fight a deceleration.
depends is it automatic or manual? if its automatic its more than likely that your transmission isn't shifting into first gear
If the idle is set too high, and you have an automatic transmission, this will happen. A sticking throttle cable or rod can also do this.
Because, if the car is in neutral, you have no ability to accelerate pushing the gas pedal.
throttle position sensor, wicked vacuum leak, or could be your lead foot mashing the gas pedal to the floor also what you might be referring to could be a load on the engine, (such as an uphill slope) which would cause an automatic transmission to "downshift" gears to find a more powerful rpm.
Start by checking the fuel pressure.