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The engine dies when slowing down or turning

After driving at approx. 45 mph, the engine dies when slowing down or turning. It does not jurk or stutter, but just coasts to a stop. I lose my steering and braking when this happens.

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How long have you been driving? Have you had the fuel filter replaced? It sounds as if may be a fuel delivery issue.

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