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Engine shutters when coming to a stop and sometimes i get a stiff brake pedal. This usually only happens after driving for a while.

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The problem might be on fuel coz wen their is on fuel it shuters and the pedal becomes stiff

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Ask your mechanic to check the brake booster!

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