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Ok, well this does not mean that this sensor, or the camshaft position sensor has not failed at this point allowing for the problem you are having. Without doing this scan once again, you are really going to need to verify spark, and injector pulse in the stalled state. If this problem goes away as soon as you restart the engine, this will make this testing rather difficult and this is why I menationed the class 2 type scan tool . This is the only way you are going to be able to monitor what these sensors are doing while in the driving situation. Aother point yu may want to check would be fuel pressure. if the fuel pump is begining to get weak, it can cause for this type of problem. Normally with a fuel pump though, you will not get the restart right away as the pump really would need to cool before operating properly once again. As I said, you can feel free to contact me with any questions. I am basically telling you what I see in the shop more commonly. Without testing this with the scan tool you will not be able to see what in fact is going on. If you would prefer a second opinion, let me know and I will happily opt out!