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brake pedal

noun, Automotive.
the pedal used by the driver of a vehicle to operate the brakes. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Lift off the brake pedal and the starter cranks the engine up.
  • Once the system is installed, it will stop the car if both the brake pedal and accelerator pedal are depressed.
  • The condition of the rugs and brake pedal wear testify to the accuracy of the speedometer readings.
  • We found the brake pedal a bit mushy, but not enough to cause concern.
  • B the brake pedal feels spongy when pressure is applied.
  • The service brake system applies and releases the brakes when you use the brake pedal during normal driving.
  • The brake pedal on the right side of the steering column applied the brake without neutralizing the transmission.
  • After one minute has elapsed, place your foot on the brake pedal and apply a steady, holding pressure.
  • The brake pedal should not move during the five seconds.
  • With clutch firmly depressed and foot on brake pedal, start engine.

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