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Engine cuts out when foot brake applied

If I apply the brakes when the car is in gear the engine cuts out, this is an automatic F20B engine

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Sounds to me like a severe vacuum issue...pump the brake pedal quickly while in park if engine start to stall or does stall then take carb cleaner and spray vacuum lines and around intake near gasket engine will rev or die out when you hit a leak...very careful inspection of lines if no money for carb cleaner..or it could be brake booster is bad...loud air sound when pushin or holding pedal would indicate and issue there

Posted on Dec 13, 2012

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SOURCE: car steering vibrates when brakes

1. Check the tire to make sure there is not separation, local tire shop can do this. If no problem here, then...

2. Have your mechanic check the run out on the front disk rotors. I believe factory spec is 0.004", check the Honda manual to confirm. Make sure you have him check the replacement rotor run out after installation too. They sometimes get damaged in shippment.

I had this problem with my 1985 prelude. I found both front rotors we out of spec. Replaced the rotors and the problem went away.

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SOURCE: Brake clicking

hiya may i suggest you inspect the front brakes pads and discs for wear and discs for damage /scoures considering age of vehicle? when was last service inspection on brakes etc? if you do not feel competant to check brakes ? quite understand you could pop along to nearest national tyres depot and ask them to check brakes as above and also driveshaft cv joints for wear as these cv joints also give clicking sound when driving tyre dpot do not usually charge to check but will try to obtain job and give you a quote! if you have diagnosis and £££££?quote ? by all means come back with update and glad to offer help and advice if you wish ? hope this helps you as to probable cause? either way repair/s will not be too expensive best wishes

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SOURCE: thumping noise when apply brakes 1990 Accord

yes my cv axles had to be replace cause of the same thing but when you replace one side you need to do the other side at the same time cause when 1 goes bad the other is not that far behind . i know from experience

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SOURCE: My Honda Civic with an automatic trans. rolls backwards on hills

Its the parking pal in the transmission that's bad but let me ask something was the car in drive when this happen? if so then it's normal but if it was in park then it's not normal. The parking pal in the transmission is bad. Have a nice day

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from my experience its sounds like ur front rotors may need resurfaceing...if ur doing that...may as well replace the brakes on the front as well...sometimes glazed front brake pads may make a sound but never heard of it as a grind, usually its a squeal...have ur dealer check ur rotors for hot spots in which u would need them replaced if they are overheated..also check the front pads for cracked brake pad material

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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