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This sounds like a failing camshaft position sensor and weak crank shaft sensor .When crank shaft sensor gets weak it will stop functioning.When crank shaft sensor stops working then ECM will not control fuel system and the fuel will stop flowing.And this can cause the problem.When crank shaft sensor gets heated it will stop working, but when the car shuts off, the sensor gets cold and works for few minutes and sensor again gets hot and it stalls.----------Get the crank shaft sensor tested on your Chevrolet venture.----------There are many other possibilities for this stalling problem,but crank shaft problem is indicating in your case.For more details, click the link below:---http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/10/stalling-problem-on-2000-chevrolet.html
This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
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.
leake intake manafold or bad vac line... try warm soapy water on running motor out of a spray bottle to find leak... the reason the censor seemed to hel is that the take time to set them selfs... after set back to square 1 leak in the air side of motor... typical in your car...