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Car studders/shakes when brakes are pressed,

When I press the brakes the car studders and shakes, occasionally resulting in the car to turn off by its self.

Can it be because not enough petrol gets through ?

any advice will ne helpful.

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No, it is not anything to do with the gas. Most likely cause is a vaccum leak look at your brake booster. open the hood look at the fire wall right in front of where you sit. The brake booster will have a hose comming out of it going to the engine this hose is loose or has a hole in it. when you step on the brake it **** air causing the engine to trun off sometimes.

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