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Left or right turns? Most stalling issues while taking corners are the result of wiring rubbing somewhere on the engine/body causing shorts. Check all wiring looms/harness for signs of rubbing that may result in a stalling situation. If stalling on both left and right turns, possible fuel pump problem ( especially if you run a low fuel level ). I have also seen stalling from the ignition coil caused by its internal oil level to be low
I doubt that there is a reset button. Fuel pump is controled by fuel pump relay which is controlled by ECU, which computes the needed fuel needed by the engine, based on inputs from many sensors on the engine. If you are having problems check with an auto parts store who may help you read the error codes and will sluggest needed parts.
check the fuses for the fuel pump then if its good check the wiring for the system.there is also a pump relay in the system to check,if there is no power to the tank unit then changing the pump is not going to fix the problem.
No, there is no RESET button. SOMETIMES when you run out of gas, the fuel pump will continue running DRY ( no fuel ) until the engine quits ( losses oil pressure ) which shuts off the fuel pump. Unfortunately this causes the fuel pump to burn out. Most probably needs replacement. Test for power to the fuel pump. Hope this helps.