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10-03-20 05:27 PM - Post#2804764    
    In response to Faulty Logic

Are you saying that with the rear wheels raised and the car in gear one wheel rotates forward and one rotates backward? If you don’t have a positraction rear, that is normal. As far as the stalling goes, you could have an internal leak in the brake booster. Try disconnecting and plugging the line going to the booster, start the car and apply the brakes and see if it still stalls. It would actually be best to plug the fitting in the manifold for the power brakes as the leak could be in the hose. But either way, the vacuum draw will not be increased by applying the brakes, so the engine shouldn’t stall from doing that.
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