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What makes the lervia kh 4000 sewing machine to move when the foot pedal switch is pressed

Is it a motor problem

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if no brake fluid leaks then replace the master brake cylinder

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My Camry it can not start unless I press the foot brake ,if I move the foot from brake pedal it will switch off


Get a obd2 code because there is a shift lock computer that
could be failing the obd schould tell you it will give you a code
crazy problem please@let meknow I would also check the brake
Switch at the pedal sometime the switch brkt gets bent or the switch breaks let me know

Sep 27, 2014 | 1998 Toyota Camry

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Try different location on the clutch pedal to get it to start


If you look above the clutch pedal you should be able to see the operating switch, depress clutch pedal and see that there is clearane between the pedal and switch, It may be loose or require adjustment, the other option is to remove terminal block and bridge the terminals, this will delete the need for the switch and also the need to depress the pedal to start the motor, Regards Mike

Oct 20, 2012 | 2006 Mitsubishi Outlander

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My 2003 neon stalls as soon as I take my foot off of the accelerator pedal or slow down it just dies....i put it in neutral and rev the engine and it revs to 4000 rpm and just breaks up....i just changed...


you may have a dirty fuel filter or the throttle plate may need cleaning.the throttle plate is the valve that moves in the intake when you move the gas pedal.if they get too dirty they cause a restriction in the intake and cause the car to stall.it also could be a tps sensor problem but this should put the check engine light on but not always.the breaking up of the motor when you rev it to 4000 rpm`s is the rev limiter in the computer that shuts down the firing of the plugs and injecotrs so you don`t cause damage to the motor when there is no load on it.

Sep 17, 2011 | 2003 Dodge Neon

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1992 mercury xr-7, shifter is hung up in park, I believe you have to have your foot on the brake to disenage. with my foot on brake pedal botton on shifter will not press in to move shifter out of park....


Hello, Check out the top part of your brake pedal lever. The switch that makes the shifter release can be broken or knocked out of position. You will notice the Brake lights are probably not working either. Once you get the brake lights to work, the shifter should work.

Jul 16, 2011 | Mercury Cougar Cars & Trucks

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Brake light stays on with beeping sound


Check & replace if necessary the brake pedal switch placed above pedals on the support.

The brake pedal switch on a 2001 VW Beetle is placed above pedals on the support.

1. Remove the cover panel above the driver's side foot well...

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2. Locate old switch, push in brake pedal, and twist switch body to remove...

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3. Unplug 4 pin connector from old switch and plug into new switch (it only goes one way...don't force it!). Insert new switch into frame and depress brake petal. You should turn it until it locks into place and is positioned like the original.
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4. Start Bug. Press the brake pedal once or twice and the EPC light should go out ...

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5. If it looks like that... great! Replace the cover over the foot well and you are done! If not, check the 4 pin connection and make sure it is fully seated in the switch. Also check to see if you can hear the switch engage when you press the brake pedal ... if not, you will need to remove the switch and adjust the push rod. The rod will move in and out for adjustment. Check to see if the brake lights come on when you press the brake pedal as well!
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Jun 01, 2011 | 2001 Volkswagen Beetle

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Where the brake switch on my polo 3003 model my brake lights dont work some told me its the switcc


Check & replace if necessary the brake pedal switch placed above pedals on the support.
If the problem still occurs you might access the ABS ECU (Electronic Control Unit) using diagnostic equipment connected to the data link connector of the car, in order to pull out all DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Codes) memored.
Then you will be able to replace bad piece(s) and fix the problem by erasing all DTC stocked inside ABS ECU & reset it.


1. Remove the cover panel above the driver's side foot well ...
2. Locate old switch, push in brake pedal, and twist switch body to remove ...
3. Unplug 4 pin connector from old switch and plug into new switch (it only goes one way...don't force it!). Insert new switch into frame and depress brake petal. You should turn it until it locks into place and is positioned like the original.


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4. Start the engine. Press the brake pedal once or twice and the EPC light should go out ...
5. Replace the cover over the foot well and you are done! If not, check the 4 pin connection and make sure it is fully seated in the switch. Also check to see if you can hear the switch engage when you press the brake pedal ... if not, you will need to remove the switch and adjust the push rod. The rod will move in and out for adjustment. Check to see if the brake lights come on when you press the brake pedal as well!

Apr 13, 2011 | Volkswagen Polo Cars & Trucks

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Have standard automatic floor shifter--can not get car out of park (1993 Escort Wagon)


Hello, Most likely if you look under the dash of your car, at the Brake pedal levers, you will find a switch. This is the switch that makes it necessary to put your foot on the brake before shifting.

Usually a foot can move or break this switch and the car does not know the Brake pedal is being pressed. Most likely your Brake lights are not working either. This switch is known as an Interlock Brake switch and is available at local autoparts stores.

You may just need to reposition this switch if it is not damaged and it will continue to work. Or the plastic may be broken and you will need a new one.

Apr 09, 2011 | 1993 Ford Escort 4 Door

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Where is the brake light switch on 1999 VW Bettle


The brake pedal switch on 1999 VW Beetle is placed above pedals on the support.

1. Remove the cover panel above the driver's side foot well...

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2. Locate old switch, push in brake pedal, and twist switch body to remove...

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3. Unplug 4 pin connector from old switch and plug into new switch (it only goes one way...don't force it!). Insert new switch into frame and depress brake petal. You should turn it until it locks into place and is positioned like the original.

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4. Start Bug. Press the brake pedal once or twice and the EPC light should go out ...

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5. If it looks like that... great! Replace the cover over the foot well and you are done! If not, check the 4 pin connection and make sure it is fully seated in the switch. Also check to see if you can hear the switch engage when you press the brake pedal ... if not, you will need to remove the switch and adjust the push rod. The rod will move in and out for adjustment. Check to see if the brake lights come on when you press the brake pedal as well!

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Feb 20, 2011 | Volkswagen Beetle Cars & Trucks

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My problem is that i put my truck in parking and now i can't move it to reverse or nothing it is like its stuck


There is an interlock switch connected with the brake pedal. Sometimes a foot can hit the switches under the brake pedal and knock them out of alignment or even break the switch. This is the same switch which requires you to press on the brake pedal to get the gearshift to move.

You need to look under the dash at the top of the operating levers for the brakes. There is where you will find the switch. You will either have to align or replace it.

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