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It may be the oil pump. If the gauge is going up when the rpms increase it's probably not the gauge or pressure switch. If the computer senses the oil pressure is low it will shut the vehicle off to try to save it's self from catastrophic failure. Also it may start cranking longer before starting. Thats it building oil pressure before the computer will let it start. Make sure oil is full, clean & thick.
The searing stalls and will not start right.This can be cause by low fuel pressure problem or bad timing belt or problem with ECM(the cars computer) it self.Also if you notice that check engine light is coming on and remaining steady ON,then get the car scanned to retrieve the error codes.That error code will point towards the fault causing this problem.
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This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.