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Car dies when put into drive... Someone said it is either a EGR o

Or a main vacuum line.. Unable to see any break in a vacuum line...

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  • fafuentesc55 Jan 25, 2009

    my car died when i put in drive/reverse , turn the key start again , accelerate and run but died when i make stop

  • aldigs May 15, 2009

    I just bought a 94 Dodge Spirit. When I put on the brake to stop the car stalls. I replaced the oxygen sensors and it still happens all the time. Can anyone help?

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You need to adjust the screw for the idle on the carburetor it should be in the driver side next to the accelerate cable.

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