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Only a few things will cause a stalling first is crank position sensor and second is the mass air flow sensor followed by the fuel pump or relay. you need to first find out if your fuel pump output is 45psi i it has good fuel pressure then i recommend you replace the crank position sensor.
I would test crankshaft position sensor. If coil packs are getting power, then crank sensor should be good. If you are getting spark to all cylinders, then check to make sure you are getting fuel to all cylinders. If you are, then you most likely have a bad fuse or relay that needs to be replaced. Is the fuel pump relay ok? Fuel getting to all cylinders?
dont look for air when the car cuts out its most likley spark or fuel when it cuts out ranomly its usually a sensor or relay that is faulty check fuel pump relay and camshaft or crankshaft sensors but first narrow it down to spark or fuel if possible also if check engine lite is on check codes