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I've replaced fuel filterand the fuel pump and the spark plugs

Also changed all 6 coils and all 6 fuel injectors and car still stalls at light or when i make a complete stop and when i put my foot in the gas to stop it that has no effect.

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Hi jones1918,this seems to be quite a problem;) did you check the air filter? simple but cheap first right. Also you may want to check the mass air flow sensor,use a good quality maf cleaner and see what happens hope this helps good luck

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    mike harris Nov 13, 2008

    Jones1918,have you checked the CPS (cam positioning sensor) also check the CSS (crank shaft sensor) good luck and let me know how you made out
    mike


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It sounds like u have a problem with your car getting gas what year is it?

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