why is my 2007 ford freestyle stalling when coming to a stop

Asked by Nov 21, 2013 at 01:52 PM about the 2007 Ford Freestyle SEL

Question type: General

no dtc codes just stalling when coming to a stop

3 Answers


Try cleaning the throttle body and IAC, sometimes they get clogged with carbon. Search online or youtube on pics or video on how to.


Stalling usually means a vacum leak at the brake booster first try to have someone press brake pedal while idling an pop open hood an listen for a vacum leak. While pumping brake pedal if it's leaking you hear a noise like sucking air also let it idle for 2 min shut off engine pump brake pedal 3 times you should have vacuum for all three pumps 4 time pedal will get harder to push pedal if you only have 1 pedals worth its your brake booster


Throttle body or IAC control will give you a DTC a brake booster will not js

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