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Very high idle

I have a 94 s10 it has very high idle and it increases when i apply the brake. could it be the brake booster? if it is can i just disconnect the hose and plug it or will my truck brake down?

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  • oumatilla Dec 02, 2008

    THANKS ALOT I LOOKED AND FOUND A VACUUM HOSE UNDONE NOW I JUST HAVE TO FIND WHERE IT CONNECTS TO.

    IT IS LEAKING ALOT OF AIR.

    THANKS AGAIN

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Probably is brake booster if you can hear hissing sound, would not advise disconnecting hose, would be extremely hard to stop the vehicle, a dangerous situation. also check for vaccum leaks on intake manifold. follow brake booster hose to engine and check for leak from there

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