I would expect that the brake handle is not down all the way, possible something is under it. When you accelerate the body tweaks enough for the switch to make contact. Just a thought.
Either your handbrake switch is broken and will not turn off or you have low brake fluid.
There are numerous warning lights for a Mazda RX8. Some of the warning lights are for engine oil, charging system, ABS, and check engine.
check the rear brakes for wear. if ok then just ajust them up to proper specks
the handbrake cable splits into two under neath the car. To adjust the handbrakes, alter the adjusting bold ratio at the bottom and on both sides of the car.... You can also remove the cover off the handbrake cable and tighten to size 10 bold that links the cable to the mechanisim inside the car
Put in a new fuel pump, it will save the time wasted on everything else
don't accelerate as much or change up a gear
Read the instructions that came with it or contact the manufactuar and they could send you replacement instructions or tell you how.
Put the proper amount of air into the tires.
The check engine light on a Mazda Tribute gives warning of potential problems. It can signal overheating, low oil, or engine misfires.
The "check engine light" on a Mazda three is located to the left lower side of the tachometer. It is orange in colour.
"What is the gazebo looking dashboard warning light on a 2003 Mazda tribute and why does it stay on for a minute before shutting off when you initially start the car Mazda tribute and why does it stay on for a minute before shutting off when you initially start the car?"
The beeping is a warning that the lights are on, so the answer is turn the lights off.
see if theres a crack n the air hose that connects to the engine... same thing happened to me
Yes, I feel both clutch padel and gas pedal when accelerated. They are getting worse. I took the car Mazda dealer , they said it is normal for this model of car. It is crap
My Mk3 fiesta did not.
Check break liquid level. I did it, and its works! Cicipapa
disconnect + battery terminal for 60 seconds then re- connect.
Replace the belt every 60,000 miles. Warning: This is an interference engine.
It could be the fuel filter starting to clog.
roughly 20 miles worth
What have you done so far? Have you checked the brake fluid level?
Remove the plug on the back of the rear caliper and adjust the manual adjust screw (either a 4mm or 5mm allen). Make sure that it isn't adjusted too tight.
more than likely a valve!