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it sounds like the crankshaft postioning sensor. my 940 was doing the same thing, and after replacing the sensor the problem was fixed..try this, pull up on the cable of the sensor gently then try and see if it restarts..but if it does, replace the sensor.
Each and every stereo in each and every car has a different code usually a four digit one.Try looking in the owners log book case for the key code it may be written down on a small piece of paper or it could be hidden away in the glove box or in the little sleeves on the sun visors which is common.If you dont manage to locate the code im afraid to say it will have to be recoded but depending on the age of the stereo and the price of recoding sometimes its cheaper just to renew your stereo, Hop this helps!!!!!!
Check for broken, damaged or stiff wires between the ECU to coil & ECU to hall effect in dissy.
If your not technical get Auto Electrician to wiggle the wiring looms while engine is running & maybe you will find it.