2006 toyota camry feels like it wants to shut off when braking

Asked by Apr 08, 2015 at 04:47 PM about the 2006 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just got the starter changed and on my way home I noticed when I brake the car feels like it's going to shut off.  Is this an issue with the starter or something else?

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Disconnect the negative battery cable for about an hour. Reconnect and drive the car. ECU may have to reset itself.

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wouldn't hurt to check for vac leaks, especially in the brake booster line area

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Did you cure the issue yet? Or is it still acting up?

Hi thanks all. I think the battery thing worked. It's gone now and running like a champ again!! YAY!! Thanks again!!

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