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Ok, let's first check fuel pressure and volume when this occurs, then check to see if we still have spark at the plugs. This may be a failing CRANK sensor.
Good call on letting someone look at it, they will have the proper tools to diagnose this. A crank sensor will show up during the testing with his scan tool and lab scope. Looks like you're on the right path.
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