Bobby 5/3/2010need to hook it up and try and get troubl;e codes and then we can help you out more. Or ou can start by checking the fuel pressure. make sure it is sending enough fuel to keep vehicle running. otherwise sensors you will need to start checking are crank sensor, camshaft sensor, coolant temp sensor. Try and borrow a code reader that will get you in the right direction hopefully
aj many 5/4/2010it used to have a check engine light on but that was the o2 censor and i don't know how that will affect the car to stall
Bobby 5/4/2010depends on what the code was for an O2. The O2 codes sometimes are trying to tell you that the vehicle is having a problem with something else. You need to start checking it for fuel and spark, to see what is causing it to stall. this could be a crank or a cam sensor malfunctioning or even a temp sensor. and again you need to check it for new codes to see if something is registering that could start pointing you in the right direction.