Stalling when applying brakes
How'* it goin people... This is the situation, my ol' man has a '95 Bonnie 3.8L Series II; I have noticed that when the car'* brakes are applied (in park or drive), the car starts to choke and eventually turns off. This happens 75% of the time the brakes are pressed (trying to be as specific as possible). I also took it for a spin around the block & as soon as I drove it for about 30 feet it completely died (including all electrical components). After about a minute its electricity came back and I was able to turn it on again.
Let me not forget to mention that the car is equipped with a Viper alarm which its cables were ripped apart due to his lack of patience one day. So electricity wise that might have affected it. Whats you guys' opinions? As for the stalling when hitting the brakes I have no idea what that might be, can it be linked to that electrical problem? Help is needed... Thanks, Cesar.