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I would have the fuel pressure checked when the vehicle is stalling out to see if this is a lack of fuel due to a weak or defective fuel pump.This is usually most common for this fault here.If this is checked and found to be o.k. I would have the crank sensor checked using a scan tool to monitor the engine RPM signal.If there is no RPM signal when the fault occurs this can indicate the crank sensor is at fault needing replaced and is also another common component to cause this here.
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Yes,if it will not start now I would start with having the fuel pressure test done first and if this is found to be o.k. then an RPM signal checked to see if this is a faulty crank sensor needing replaced.