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Loud hissing sounds comming from the intake followed by rough idle then stalling. Not an every time deal,but about 80% of the time

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Sounds like a major vacume leak, most likely the fittinng comming out of the intake for your power break booster or a break in the hose going to the break booster. In any case there is a major vacume leak.

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