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Old 05-31-2007, 02:30 PM
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Random problems!!!!

Well last night i took a late night trip to the city and from the cross island to the LIE I started to book it...Well to make a long story short everytime I pressed the brake with a significant amount of force the brake light came on and eventually came off an when i got in to the city the car started to idle weird....jumping revs from 1000 rpms to 1500 rpms....what causes this?
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IACV needs cleaning should take care of the jumpy rev. if that doesnt work then you have a vacuum leak somewhere.

As far as breaks goes. Start by checking if you have break fluid. Also when was the last time you changed your breaks?
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I figured that the A/C was on and this problem only occurs when it is on, the RPMs drop real low
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IACV needs cleaning should take care of the jumpy rev. if that doesnt work then you have a vacuum leak somewhere.

As far as BRAKES goes. Start by checking if you have BRAKE fluid. Also when was the last time you changed your BRAKES?


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