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hello, if you car stalls instanly maybe your ignition system has a loose connection or even has a short somewhere. but if it coughing but still trying to idle normally maybe your carb dirty. one thing, some carbs has a solenoid air switch attached on one of its side. if this solenoid is shorted damaged you'll have the same effect. hope this helps.
My problem wasn't the O2 sensor. Finally threw a code...106 then 107 and 108...Map Sensor and circuit. Checked the wires and found no issue. Then tried to clean the nipple where the hose from the MAP sensor went into the exhaust below the throttle body and I couldn't get a pipe cleaner in there so I sprayed some wal-mart break cleaner in it and continued to attempt a breakthrough and sure enough it cleaned out and now no issue at all. Yay me!!!