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Kills every time you stop unless you have your feet on the gas pedal and brake pedal at the same time

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First thing I'd check is the TPS (throttle position sensor) or the MAF (mass air flow) sensor. You can get a better solution by posting the car's [year/make/model/engine size] though.

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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You could have a leak in the power brake booster. That could kill enough vacuum to cause the engine to stop. Plug the vacuum hose to the brake booster temporarily, and try it, while stopped.

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My van sedona 2005 after i stop it,it won't restart unless i press a few time on the gas pedal ,and also runs rough a bit what could be the cause of it.


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Brakes are 90% of the time non existant. The pedal goes to the floor, if you pump pedal you get sufficient power to stop the car but the pedal still sinks to the floor. There are odd occasions though...


Hi, you have air in the brake pipes and lack of fluid. Your car needs to have the brake fluid topped up and all the brakes bled to get the air out of the system. Until this is done your car is unsafe and should not be driven. If you drive it in this condition you are liable to kill somebody, especially if a pedestrian steps off the kerb in front of you. Get your car sorted out and get it sorted out quickly and don't drive it on public roads (unless driving very slowly to the garage) until it is fixed.

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My break light swithes on sometimes without me even pressing the breaks. The break light also sometimes stays on even when I have taken my feet off the break. I have tried changed the break light switch...


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If the brake lights still don't turn off with the brake pedal released, check the brake pedal arm for sticking or binding that is preventing the brake pedal arm from returning fully to the pedal stop when the brake is released.

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Engine runs rough and will quit running at stop light unless you keep your feet on gas pedal and brake pedal. have changed fuel pump, plugs,wires and sensors. Could it be a magnetic sensor or a vacuum...


your idle air control valve may be the problem. This device controls the idle speed. It may be gummed up with deposits. this is what it the part looks like; http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinfo.php?pk=382734

you can remove it and spray it with carb cleaner to loosen up the valve or replace the assembly.
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Assuming this is a standard transmission, you always have it in 1st gear. Roll back is controlled by balancing the clutch with the gas pedal.

If an automatic transmission, then the vehicle should hold itself on the incline, unless it is a steep incline, to which you may use the gas pedal to hold the vehicle on the slope, and not the brake. And you would always have the transmission in the main drive gear position.

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My brake pedal is hard to push in. the car wont/ is hard to stop. i replace the brake pads and the calipers. what could be the problem now?


i guess your brake booster is the problem. try this.... engine not running just pump the brake at least 25 times at the 25 count,just keep your feet on the brake pedal and start the engine. if the brake pedal won't go down even a little... your brake booster is gone. or something with the vacuum.

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