Battery problem! Battrey was replaced...problem still exists! I have a '94 Explorer and I can tell you, it is most likely NOT a battery issue, however it could be a number of things ... Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) is bad, fuel pump is going out or simply clean the air filter are a few suggestions. TPS is a little spendy, I think mine was around $70.00 at a local car parts store.
it is located to the right of the brake pedal
it is located on the pedal, look on the pedal you will see a black sensor with connector plug. this is it
Chances are the throttle cable from the pedal to the throttle body needs replacing.
The autolock feature will lock all the doors once the Explorer is in gear and the brake pedal is released
When You Drive A Old Skool Car With A Carb You press down the pedal for cold starts but when car is warmed up you don't always have to press down the pedal Sometimes you need to press it down in the morning becoause of the condensation. //////on a car with a carburetor you need to press the gas pedal when starting cold to engage the choke and also the fast idle cam
Something is impairing the brake pedal to go to the floor. Only a mechanic can tell you what is happening.
Yes it does. It reaches from the gas pedal to the throttle body on your intake.
try spitting on the front rotors. This helped and my brakes are like new
It locks all the doors when you shift the transmission into gear and release the brake pedal
Look at the upper end of the brake pedal under the dash area
A 1995 Honda Accord clutch pedal switch is located directly under the clutch pedal. This switch stops the car from starting with depressing the clutch. This helps avoid accidents.
there is a travel limiter on the pedal. turn it the right way.
Normally you don't touch the gas pedal , just turn your ignition key
Early machines used the pedal as power. Th operator would pedal in order to make the machine sew. In modern machines in control the sewing action by stopping and starting and controlling the rate.
Soft pedal is caused by air in the system. Bleed the brakes starting at RR, then LR, RF, and ending at LF.
The person is a cyclist.
Roger Mayer invented the fuzz box, the earliest form of distortion pedal.
Usually located at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
Soft clutch pedal that goes to the floor. Repeated pumping does not help.
Check your fuel pump
The first appearance of a two-wheeled riding machine with pedals was in 1865. The first pedal bicycle was named Velocipede, which is Latin for fast foot.
If you are referring to adjusting the height of the pedal, I might be able to help you get started. If you can squeeze under your dash to where your pedal is, there is a stopper bar behind the pedal that can be adjusted by first loosening the washer that holds it in place and then turning the bolt until you get the pedal where you wish it to be. This is what i did for my 95 maxima, and I assume it is the same. If you are referring to adjusting the height of the pedal, I might be able to help you get started. If you can squeeze under your dash to where your pedal is, there is a stopper bar behind the pedal that can be adjusted by first loosening the washer that holds it in place and then turning the bolt until you get the pedal where you wish it to be. This is what i did for my 95 maxima, and I assume it is the same.
Many cars require you to press the gas pedal when starting the car. It's quite normal.
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There are "steps" on the choke cam that pull the gas pedal up to a high speed idle when the choke is on. If you don't step on the gas pedal once before starting, the carburator/choke assembly cannot function properly.