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I have a 1998 dodge Durango 5.9L When we brake it cuts power but if put in neutral it doesn't. We have replaced the IAC VALVE and it still does it.

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Only because you mentioned braking, I say this, you have a bad vacuum leak at your brake booster. Check for broken hoses, cracked hoses, or something broken or in someway not the way it should be. Your brake booster is behind the master cylinder. The hose would run from there to engine. GOOD LUCK FRIEND.

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