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1991 camaro 5.0 automatic

When I put shifter in D or R engine stop ?

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If this problem occurs when load is applied to engine due to transmission engaging one of two things is wrong. First and probably the least expensive would be your manifold air pressure sensor or MAP sensor. Next thing could be a problem with your transmission or torque converter rather staying locked up and stalling the engine out. Good luck

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