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Usually this wont be a computer fault here.I wouldnt rule out the computer as the cause especially if no codes are set as it is possible but not likely.
One component I have seen cause sudden shut down then start up again is the ignition control module.This heats up and starts to act up like you see here with a stall out but a restart is allowed right away.This is located with the ignition coil on the passenger side of the engine on the side of the intake assembly.I have had to replace this ignition module in the past before for this fault here.The other issue is the crank sensor sending a false or no signal at all located at the bottom of the timing cover.I would start with replacing the crank sensor and see if the issue returns.If it does then I would replace the ignition control module.
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