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Civic X 2017 Hatch Stalls!!! Help pls

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Hello everyone!
I have a problem with my Civic X 2017 Hatch CVT.
When i driving back (on R position) and try stop not gently, but not extremely, my car stalls.
Everytime when i try drive back and i need to stop, my car stalls. I dont catch that issue when i driving forward. Only when i driving back. Even every parking i go back and when trying to stop she stalls.

Help me please 😊



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Check the big vacuum lines along the top of the engine for leaks...like the PCV or brake booster line. One could be cracked and leaking when the engine moves.
 
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Check the big vacuum lines along the top of the engine for leaks...like the PCV or brake booster line. One could be cracked and leaking when the engine moves.
Thank you for advise. I go to service tomorrow and check that idea.
Additional info:
I have trouble with some pipe from valve lid to crankcase outlet it compresses(so much) even at 700-800 rpm. At 3000 rpm, this tube shrinks from a round diameter to a super flat one.
That tube, i take photo from google and mark it -
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Thank you for your help - choo ^_^

P.S. I dont have any "engine check" problems. But i have some "not necessary" problems with ABS VSA and other wheel stuff.
 

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Do you have a catch can installed?
 
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Oil catch can, not catalytic converter.
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No i dont have it.

This is my engine compartment when car comes from USA - 8 month ago(dont have any other photo).
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@GrimFandango just wondering because the line it looks like you drew is the same one used for an oil catch can. I’m guessing by your answer that’s a no haha. I didn’t see one but I had to ask!
 

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No i dont have it.

This is my engine compartment when car comes from USA - 8 month ago(dont have any other photo).
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Looks pretty dirty, I’ve had my car for 50,000 miles (~80,000km) and my engine bay has never looked like that and I’ve never cleaned it. Something may be blocked up pretty good if you hose is collapsing.
 
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Looks pretty dirty, I’ve had my car for 50,000 miles (~80,000km) and my engine bay has never looked like that and I’ve never cleaned it. Something may be blocked up pretty good if you hose is collapsing.
That photo took when car come to my country and stay on customs. Her way be so long, and stay long time on US insurance auction, and i cant clean it on customs. Like i say that photo shoot 8 month ago.

And i place it here for ur question about oil catch can ;)
 
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I just dont understand why engine stops only when driving back and push brakes easily or hard, doesnt matter... :(

Tomorrow ask mechanics check what "choo" say about some vacuum lines and brakes booster lines...

Thank you all for ur advice's <3
 

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On my car that line got soft and was doing the same thing yours is. Then it later cracked along the seam where it was collapsing. When the motor rocks back and forth it lets extra air in the ECU didnt meter. I replaced the line with some "transmission cooler" line, cleaned out the PCV valve with throttle body cleaner, and all is well.
 

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