The power steering problem is not related to the engine stall. They do not occur together.
The power steering pump fails randomly while the engine is operating. The only way to get it to work again is to shut down the engine and then restart it. My research shows that the power steering pump may be an electrical pump. I am not able to find a fluid reservoir.
OK, let me see if I understand your suggestions. The control module connection is located at the lower end of the steering column, inside the vehicle? You are suggesting to disconnect the connection and inspect it, I'm assuming for corrosion?
I have not had a chance to clean the throttle body throttle plate. However, I'm a little confused how that would cause the engine to stall.
I will try cleaning the connector.
Regarding the stalling, as I mentioned yesterday, I have not had a chance to clean the throttle body throttle plate. I'm confused how this may lead to stalling. I am familiar with a dirty throttle plate causing a sticking sensation while pushing on the gas pedal.