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i had that problem with my car but i had a key with a chip in it and one with no chip. i kept using the one with no chip and my car was dieing. as soon as i used the one with a chip in it my car started right up and stayed running.
fuel injected cars cannot vapor lock, so not the issue, when they replaced the fuel tank did they replace fuel pump? It should have been, but 2 things come to mind, they pinched wires when putting tank in and it shorts sporadically shutting off pump, look around with light and trace wires looking for any breaks in plastic coating, or fuel pump is failing.