My Brake Pedal Is Stiff And Car Won't Start. If i try to start my car now it does this very weird clicking sound until i push the ignition button and nothing happens. My car won't start and the brake pedal is extremely stiff, when i press the star button nothing happens.
No matter how hard i step on the brakes it won't budge. In the past, this has happened when the car was locked from starting if the car was not in park. If the brake pedal is stiff, you may need to put a lot of force on it (basically stand on it) to get it to go down.
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It Appears It Won't Let Me Push Down Tue Brake Pedal To Activate The Switch Or Wat Not To Start The Car.
The check valve is a known failure. There is a sensor on the top of the brake pedal that tells the computer when you are pushing the brake pedal so it knows to turn the lights on. The pedal doesn't have to move very far (less than an inch) to change the state of.
With The Engine Running, The Engine Sucks The Air Out Of The Brake Booster, Restoring The Vacuum.
Once all vacuum is gone, if the engine is off, the brake pedal will be hard to press because the power assist (via the vacuum) is not present. It won't affect brakes or anything. My brake pedal is stiff and car won't start hyundai sonata.
Long Trip, Short Trip, Doesn't Matter.
Brake pedal very hard to push, pushed start button several times all i get is a click—click—click—click, this goes on for about 15 seconds then nothing, will not recognize. I found a thread with a similar issue and tried a few suggestions.pushing brake pedal really hard, fob near start button.nothing working. The vacuum to assist your brakes will leak out and make the pedal firm.
Check What Happens To The Pedal.
So i went inside thinking my battery was dead. My car won't start and the brake pedal is extremely stiff, when i press the star button nothing happens. The start engine button is green when i push on the pedal, but flashes when i press it
The Dash Lights Up And All The Electronics Work Fine.
The brake pedal is hard to push down. 1) if the pedal drops slightly, that means that the booster diaphragms are working correctly as the engine starts to create vacuum and the diaphragms. Check if the vacuum brake pump is connected properly or is even working.