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Sounds like the timing has come out. Meaning that the timing has changed its position from what it should have been at. Most likely cause is that the timing belt was not tightened down enough to secure the timing belt. I would recommend not driving it, and re time your vehicle. The best thing to do is get a chiltons or haynes manual to make sure that you are doing the job correctly.
There could be several concerns.
The fuel pump is weak and cutting out.
The ignition coils are getting hot and cutting off. The torque convetor in the transmission could be staying in lock up mode, This will cause the vehicle to die out , there is to much torque on the engine when at idle, causing the engine to die out.
The exhaust system could be clogged.
I would try and get the vehicle to a mechanic or dealer to check out .
Check tightness of the clamps on battery & make sure the earth cable is tight from battery to engine, also check tightness of nut holding the cable 2 starter motor if all ok there its most probably the solenoid on top of starter motor replace this with new all will b ok.