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Sounds like a vacuum problem, This is a fairly common problem right after servicing your car. Sometimes mechanics forget to re-plug your vacuum tube on your engine and you get the stalling unless you give it more gas. Just take it back to your mechanic. It's a real simple solution. He looks under the hood. He sees a loose tube. He plugs it in and off you go.
the main relay for the fuel pump is under the radio in side of the car. Its a little box on the passenger side of the radio. They dont sell them at local auto part shops.you will have to go to a dealer to get one. a helpful tip is if you here thelittle box click when you turn the key on it is working
You'll need to look under your vehicle and along side the transmission you should see it. If you don't know what you are looking for as far as a description then you can Google "eagle talon starter" and find a picture on one of the offered matches.
its probably your fuel pressure solenoid. it is probably leaking vacuum to the FPR causing your fuel pressure to be to low. try disconnecting the vacuum hose coming off the fuel pressure regulator.
put your finger over the end of the hose and have someone try and start the car. (if your alone just plug up the hose)
if the car will start easily now, replace the solenoid and the problem should be fixed