Ours did the same - submersible fuel pump in tank approx 300 bucks aud lift up back seats and access via access panel - unscrew pump and fit new whole assy - or just pump - careful with retaining ring as not in new pump kit
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Sounds like a sticking idle air control valve,it's a small cylinder with 2 wires and is mounted on or just behind the throttle body, it has 2 8 mm bolts holding it in ,if it act up again try tapping lightly with screwdriver handle if idle picks up ,it needs to be removed and cleaned or replaced
Do they stay on with high and low beam? If high or low beam make a difference then you likely need a multi-function switch. If they stay on regardless of high or low beam your Daytime Running Light Module (DRL) may be faulty. It should be located on the rad support, ahead of the radiator. Once you located it, unplug it and see if your lights go out. If they do, replace the DRL. If they do not you likely need a headlight switch.
Computers rarely fail. The diagnostic would not show anything wrong unless a trouble code is set UNLESS the diagnostic used live data vieew. Most shops dont do that . So at what RPM does it not die? How many miles are on it? Ford uses something called an idle air speed motor. They are prone to fouling.
Im not a car expert but it sounds you could have a problem with your car battery or alternator (motor that distributes electricity throughout your car) or you could have run out spark plugs....Another option would be checking the fuel line and filter!
check the air intake hose from the air filter box to the intake for any leaks make sure it's on and tight. If that's good I would lean to the idle air control valve which is bolted on the upper intake near the throttle body normally round bolted to intake with (2) 8mm bolts. Before you replace it unbolt it and make sure it's not clogged up and make sure that the hole on the intake isn't clogged up.