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HI. Was this happening before you replaced the fuel pump?
OK, so the intermittent stalling problem started after the fuel pump replacement? Usually when symptoms such as these are present, it's due to a wire shorting to ground intermittently. Usually a wire that has rubbed bare, and touches something metal when turning, stopping, etc. Often times the problem is in the loom near the rear of the engine, but im thinking in your case that it's happening near the fuel tank. Quite possibly a fuel pump wire that has been pinched during installation of the tank when replacing the pump, or a loose fuel pump connector, etc.
Please do. This is almost definitely either a shorting wire, or a bad connection.
Ok. That being the case, i'm assuming there are trouble codes?
alright. It sounds then like the problem is a misfire. The reason why is quite possibly a shorting spark plug wire.
Yes. You can sign back in and message me any time. Please check over the wires very good. maybe one of the wires isn't fully seated on the coil or the plug? Let me know what you find.
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Hi. Just wondering what you found out?