Question about 1988 Chevrolet Camaro
My 88 camaro v6 shuts off when i slow down too fast. after it shuts off it takes 15-20 minutes before it will crank back up. it's not running hot when this happens. anyone have any ideas?
You may have a vacuum leak somewhere in the brake booster. The vacuum is created by a tube leading to your intake manifold, and if you hit the breaks too hard, it'll **** the air out of the manifold in order to restore the vacuum- hence the engine dying. The leak could be anything from a visible hole to a pin sized hole.
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