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So, obviously you have a fueling problem and you will need to find out if the injectors are spraying or not. Check the battery voltage as often the injectors will be shut down if voltage is down around 10 or 10.5 volts. Check the wiring to the injectors also.
Weak fuel pump, (check fuel pressure) Im leaning towards a Clogged catalytic converter as its the most common overlooked problem that will cause a car to run for a bit after it sits a while, only to not restart immediatly after it stalls, but will again start after some time.
You would have to test the fuel pressure on this vehicle by connecting to the line coming from the fuel filter to the fuel rail, there is no actual fuel test port on this vehicle. if you do decide to test the pressure... here is what your pressure readings should be>>
Fuel Line Pressure
46-51 psi (320-350 kPa) This actually sounds like a Fuel Pressure Regulator issue. I would recommend replacing the regulator and see how the vehicle responds after that..