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Engine Stalls or dies Intermittently while driving. Fuel injectors and fuel filter have been replaced.

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Had the same problem with 2003 silverado did everthing could think of.believe it or not ,put in new battery and solved the problem

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Check O2/mapp sensor. Also if you can elaborate on the behavior of the engine as it stalls, is there smoke, does it race then suddenly die out or does it barely run at a very slow unsteady idol until it floods out?
Answering with as much detail as possible will help get a more definite answer.
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2. When was the last time the Fuel Filter was changed? Change this and check operation before moving onto to #3.
3. The Fuel Pump. If the Fuel Pressure and Volume at the Fuel Port is falling at higher RPM's and the Fuel Filter did not help: It sounds like the Fuel Pump is failing. These will fail especially after they warm-up. This problem (losing power and dying) will happen more and more frequently and the Fuel Pump will eventually die all together.
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will be more helpful if you describe in more details; how often and if is at idle or when driving?
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