Hey Michelle==It really depends on what kind of car but probably the clutch and brake pedals are binding where they pivot. and the accelerator is binding in the cable. Sometimes you have to completely remove them to properly lubricate them and replace the acc cable. GoodluckJoe losing presure in the rx-7 the clutch eases down to the floor Which pedal? If gas, I would lean toward a throttle bore cleaning.
The gas pedal
Determine the cause and fix it. Could be as simple as cleaning the throttle body.
Any time the brake pedal is hard to press then you need to check and see if the brake booster is functioning properly.
change return spring or try some carb. cleaner
If its operated by a vacuum solenoid, the solenoid may need to be replaced.
try checking the gasket around the intake that should fix it
I had the same problem for almost a year and damaged both engine mounts and trans mount. The fix was simple. The throttle body was gummed up and sticking. Took it apart and cleaned it with carb and throttle body cleaner and no more sticking. Smoothest pedal in a year.
Clean the throttle body with a spray throttle body cleaner.
you will need to replace the throttle cable, and while you are at it check the return spring.
Check and clean the pedal system and the cable that it connects to. Lube any connections necessary, and make sure that the return spring is working, if your ATV has one.
Nissan almera pedal sticking
same thing started happening on my '97, you will probably need to have a new clutch cable installed. when they get old, sometimes they will start to fray which causes them to stretch and causes your pedal to become sticky.
How do i fix the TPS pedal position sensor in a grand prix pontiac 2004.
To fix a sticking door handle on an interior door, you need a hammer, some nails and a screwdriver. This will help you unscrew the sticking door handle and replace it with a new one.
The accelerator pedal. Also known as a gas pedal.
When brakes will not release when a foot is off the pedal, this is called sticking. There are various reasons for brakes sticking, but the most common involve an obstruction with the brake cable or the brake pads physically sticking to the drums or rotors. The safest way to remedy this problem is to have a professional inspect the vehicle.