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Stalling when breaking and dropping the clutch?

My car stalls when im going down hill, or slight declines, i will breaking then dropping the clutch then it will stall. I have been to a garage and they say it is somthing to do with my breathing system but im not sure. Help?

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  • Rommel Balcita May 11, 2010

    your car's idle speed might just be too low. increase/raise it a little. check also its air filter.

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TRY TURNING UP YOUR CARBURATOR TO 2000RPM THEN SEE THE DIFFERENCE,MAKE IT SIT AT 2000RPM IDLE OK M8.

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