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I would replace the fuel filter, double check your work and make sure that all plug wires are securely connected and going to the right place (we all make mistakes sometimes) and check or replace the coil.
check for a bad fuel pressure regulator. symtoms are--the vehicle runs rough, the engine may not start ( usually in the mornings). many times engine starts but stalls shortly after starting. a bad regulator can result in fouled plugs. replacement is only cure.
Could be fuel delivery; fuel filter clogged, worn fuel pump. Does it still have battery power when it dies, cranks but no start? How long does it take to start again? When does this occur, engine hot/cold? Does it happen all the time or sometimes? How long does it run until it cuts?
I think you should check the air filter or air intake. It seems like it's not gettin and air to start since when you spray the starting fluid it's runs but stop and it stalls. I think that it's the air supply for the car.
what is your belt tention like? all i can think about is if it was too tight when it cycles it would catch and kill the motor, but other wise it seems like a fuel problem, any more description? i mean if you never used your ac your car wouldnt ever stall? just trying to understand,