Throwing random parts at a problem is the most expensive and least effective way to diagnose a problem. Additionally, you will be inserting a bunch of new variables to confuse the Engine Computer even more. The exception is if you already have those parts on hand.
The throttle position sensor will not cause stalling. It can cause a hesitation on acceleration but that will be detected by the computer and it will set a related diagnostic fault code to tell you. The mass air flow sensor can cause stalling but that is not nearly as common as it was years ago. Has anyone even checked yet for any fault codes? If there are none set, the fuel supply system is still a good suspect.
Sunday, June 2nd, 2013 AT 8:41 PM