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Possible torque converter clutch issue. Is the check engine light on? If so, have it scanned for transmission codes. If the torque converter clutch is locked up when it isn't supposed to be, the vehicle will stall. Another thing to check is for coking on the throttle plate. Remove the hose that goes from the air filter box to the throttle assembly and look inside the throttle bore to see if it is dirty/black. If so, use carb cleaner and a toothbrush to clean while holding throttle plate open and remove as much carbon deposits as possible. This can affect minimum idle airflow and also cause a stall
If it idles but bogs when the accelerator is pushed, it has carb issues(if it has been sitting for a long time probably has carb issue) or low fuel pressure. If its low fuel pressure then it could be a bad/clogged fuel filter, fuel flow problems from the tank to the fuel pump, or a bad fuel pump.
strip and clean out the carb,or quick fix ,rev engine with air filter off and then hold hand over intake this may or may not not cure it .because when hand is held over carb and stops air the suction will draw any muck through the jets
If it had points and carb i could diagnose it but with all this computer control stuff it could be anything from a faulty sensor to a dodgy fuel pump or evan a multiplug loose .i would suggest the dealer to diagnose it sorry i cant be of much help but evan the software is encrypted and the vehicle has to be connected via the internet to stuggart