Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
You probably have an electrical problem. It is recommended to connect to an OBD-II scanner to the computer and recording data while you drive so that you can see what happens during one of these events. Set it up to record some critical parameters to the fuel and ignition, like misfire counts, and maybe short term fuel trim. If the scanner records that communications is lost when the car stalls, then you lost power to the computer.
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