Have the engine and trans mounts checked.
The fuse box on a 1986 Buick Regal is located below the dash near the brake pedal. It prevents circuits in the vehicle from being overloaded.
to the left of your brake pedal there should be a little hatch. its behind that
Foot on brake pedal or linkage to trans is loose or out of adjustment.
I just did my Mom's 1991 Buick regal 3.8L. I removed the kick panel underneath the dash above the brake pedal. Follow the brake pedal arm up on the right side of the pedal. I used a mirror to spot the flasher unit. The flasher unit is held by a spring clip with the top of the unit pointing down. Just pull the flasher out of the clip and pull it down.
Probably your emergency brake pedal. Try lifting up on your e brake pedal and see if id goes out.
Most likely it is either the brake light switch, under the dashboard, connected to the brake pedal or the turn signal switch inside the steering column.
Sounds like the brake switch underneath the dash connected to the brake pedal is stuck. Look under the dash at where the brake pedal is connected and move the pedal with your hand and you should see an electrical connection or contact mounted to the pedal.
On my 1999 Buick Regal the DRL module is located on the outside foot well behind the parking brake pedal under the carpet. My DRL has gone bad and is making the car quit.
As a safety design, you do need to step on the brake pedal to shift out of park. If you are doing this and still can't shift, there may be something wrong in the transmission.
press the gas pedal down 3 times with ignition turned to run position but dont start car thats it
The fuse box is under the dash on the drivers side of the car, look near the parking brake pedal. LOOK FOR A SMALL RECTANGLE DOOR THAT IS HINGED AT THE BOTTOM
Check the cable that connect the accelerator pedal to carb., may have slipped out of retainer.
Small pedal on the left of the brake pedal - activates the rear brake to hold vehicle
Usually it sounds like a clunk. Put the car in drive, step on the brake pedal and hold it down while you slowly accelerate on the gas pedal. If the engine lifts to one side, your mount is broken.
I believe it is up against the firewall, just above brake pedal on the left. It is approximently the size of a cigarette pack, black in colour. It has two (2) wiring harness connections. Good Luck!!
I had a 94 buick regal that did tis. It was a 250 dollar repair job. It was the piece that spins the power accessory belt on the engine. I think its called a harmonic balancer
press back down on the pedal
Use the ignition key to place the ignition in the "off" position. While the ignition is in the off position, press the gas pedal to the floor three times. Place the gas pedal to the floor one more time and hold on the floor for at least ten seconds. Release the pedal and return the ignition to the lock position. The oil life indicator in the driver information panel should now be reset at 99%.
the brake light fuse is located where the brake pedal is at... just take the cover that it has above the brake pedal and you're gonna see fuses on your left....
I believe most brake light switches are located under the dash above the brake pedal.
On many of the GM cars you just depress the pedal and that release a pawl and the pedal is released. Otherwise look for a relase handle under the dash.
above the gas pedal, mounted to the steering wheel.
Use your right foot and apply pressure to the brake pedal.
Your car has a carburetor. It uses a choke to provide rich fuel mixture during cold-start operation. The choke can only change position from cold/rich to warm/lean or back again when the throttle is not completely closed (when you step on gas pedal at least a little bit.) Also, pressing the gas pedal puts a little extra gas into the intake to ease cold starting. The faster you press the pedal, the more gas it pumps out. If you pump too much, you can flood it which can make starting hard.
on the gm metric body 3 bolts hold the throttle pedal asm to the floor pan move the carpet to expose the bolts at the top of the throttle arm is the cable align the plastic bushing slot with the slot in throttle arm to remove the cable remove the bolts holding the throttle asm to the floor pan after removal u will see either a clip or sometimes a nub on the arm pivot remove clip or grind nub to remove pedal if u have to grind the nub u will have to secure the pedal from sliding its possible for the pedal to bind and this may cause the throttle to stick and that can be dangerous be very carful when installing pedal and throttle asm not only can the pedal bind but the carpet can ball up under the brake pedal i suggest having a pro do the job it may cost u but its better than taking a chance