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Hello and welcome to just answer. This type of stalling you describe is either a failing PCM, crankshaft position sensor, or camshaft position sensor. Usually if there are no codes it ends up being a PCM. Do you have a scan tool that can display the OBD readiness monitors?
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Ok, I am back now. Well the reason I asked about your scan tool is because if it did read OBD readiness monitors (I/M monitors ) is because sometimes when the PCM shuts down it causes those monitors to reset to a "not ready " state and that is a good clue it is the PCM. But if your's does not, then don't worry about it. So then yes go with a cam and crank sensor. They can cause this problem. If that does not work, then replace the PCM. Hopefully it is one of the sensors.
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