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E55 amg not starting

It started stalling when I braked .Then after I stopped it wouldnt start but turned over it started once but stalled when I took off the revs

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Sounds like a major vacuum leak. I would check the hose going to the brake booster(there is a check valve that can fail in that hose as well).

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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