Depends on the type of transmission you have. If it's an automatic, check the Transmission Fluid with the vehicle running to make sure it isn't low. If it's not and the transmission slips you've probably got an internal problem inside the transmission. If it's a manual transmission it could be the hydraulic fluid is low if you have a hydraulic clutch, or it could be the clutch itself. If you've got an older clutch that's not hydraulic, it could be out of adjustment, or the clutch itself is bad.
You blew the voltage regulator. Depending on the model, it is either a separate component or located inside of your alternator. Based on your problem, I would guess you need a new alternator. Replace it and your car will be fine.
Two things to check. One, any trouble codes in the systems. Two,any aftermarket electronics wired into the vehicle. Look for remote starts or alarms under the dash .
sometimes its because somebody put in a light bulb wrong & is back feeding the system.
No spark? No fuel?
wrong key? worn out key? inept operator?
You may need to adjust your clutch or replace your clutch.
Clutch slipping , Worn, damaged or chipped gear teeth for those particular gears , Worn or damaged synchronizer for those particular gears .
Try adjusting your pedal
there is no RIGHT OR WRONG way just pedal
Depends on whats wrong with it (missing gears or slipping) If it is missing 2nd, 4th, and reverse and makes a whirring or grinding noise the reaction shell is broken or if it is slipping the clutch packs are "burned" in either case it needs to be professionally rebuilt because special tools are required
There might not be something wrong with the gas pedal, but with your knee.
something is wrong with the clutch or something is wrong with the gas pedal. But it depends on the car. It happened the same with me with my 2009 Fararri. If its a car that will work but if its a truck than I dont know
It sounds like something is defective in the clutch pedal linkage, or actually within the clutch itself.
Either your gears are not locking at the start or you are in park or neutral or emergency brake on.
there is something wrong with your car
Something is wrong
I own a M30 from what I understand it has a Steptronic Transmission which means that to shift gears you have to do it yourself with the gas pedal I found that best time to shift gears was around 3500 rpm's at that pt I release the gas and then wait for it to go down to about 1500 rpms or so and then reapply my ft and repeat... like a stick shift on training wheels I assume... If I am wrong will someone please correct me..