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1995 lebaron 2 door converable

Hit the brakes the car stalls

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I would be looking for a vacuum leak in the area of the brake booster.


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Abs light is on and brakes keep getting tighter

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first fix bad brakes, then worry ABS. last
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as the engine stalls. and vacuum hits zero, the booster slowly
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My Mercury cougar 2001 v6 2.5 when i hit the brakes the dash goes out and car dont wont start i just check the alt. its good and the battery nt holdin chagre need help

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The switch is part of the Interlock system for the Starter and also goes with the Gearshift selector. I imagine the short can do other things if the car is in gear as opposed to its normal function in the Park position.

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1995 chevy k1500 when I press the brakes the truck stalls. changed the alternator and the battery and no change. Ran the poor boy diagnostic and it just keeps telling me the o2 sensor

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When the brake is applied the engine quits on a 1999 toyota sienna

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It sounds like when you hit the brakes, the vacuum booster is leaking, causing the engine to stall.

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Unless you are machanically inlined, have a good garage replace the booster. Midas will do, since they are a brake place. Used to be they tested, or checked, your car for free. Maybe they still do, but don't let them sell you anything you really don't need.

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Did you change the one way valve in the vacuum line going to the booster. It is supposed to keep vacuum in the booster all the time. If it does not your engine will have to lose much more vacuum when you hit the brakes. If this is not the problem try increasing your idle speed. Cleaning your carb/trotle body with throttle body cleaner will also help. You can get this at any auto supply store

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Sounds like a vacuum leak. A lot of the stuff under your hood runs off of vacuum that your motor provides. Your brakes are no different. Your motor probably has enough vacuum to run fine but when you hit the brakes its just too much. I wouldn't push my luck. A car with a habit like that could make an accident real quick.

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Stalls everytime you hit the brakes. Will start again and run whilew sitting still but when in gear and when you hit the breaks it stalls.

Check your vacuum booster....The check valve that is on it, is probaly bad...or you may have a vacuum leak in the hose, that goes from the brake booster to the intake manifold...

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