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2001 grand am keeps stalling and hard to start

My car keeps stalling while i am driving and is hard to start
it will sputter a lil bit then stall
i was told its my ignition by the dealer (because of the antitheft system in mycar)
its feels to me like its a fuel problem?

anyone know whats going on????

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Try checkin the mass air flow senor

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