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It'll pay to have the crank sensor checked. They're known for heating up and stalling the car when they're no longer any good. Usually once it has cooled down the car will start but as soon as the sensor gets hot it'll stall again
Sounds like you are losing the power from the battery. Loose connection somewhere between the battery and the fuse box. The car is going into security mode (which prevents the car from starting). This happens when people change the car battery. Leaving the ignition key on for 10 minutes and the security light quits flashing. Car starts. I would be looking at the battery connections and other main power leads going the the relay center. Good luck.
The security light being on is why your vehicle will not start.You need to get the codes to find out what is causing the problem.What you can do is when you try to start it and let go of the key but leave it to the run position the security light will come on and stay on for ten minutes.When it goes off turn the key off and then try to start it.The theft module relearns the key and it should start.Then you can take it to a repair shop and get it fixed.You can call ahead and make sure there is a shop that can diagnose and repair this problem.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Try putting some fuel additive in the tank and use some starting fluid per directions. You might have some water in the gas. Water will be dissolved by the methyl alcohol in the gas treatment and will be burned. Good luck.