There are a few things that can cause what you described. First, I think it's a good idea to check for engine vacuum leaks. Here is a link to help:
Next, low fuel pressure can be a concern as well as things such as a partially plugged catalytic converter.
Has the check engine light turned on and stayed on with the engine running? If it has, before doing anything more, scan the CAN bus system on the vehicle. CAN stands for computer area network. Basically, all of the modules / computers in the vehicle are tied together via this network. This is the way of the future.
Here is a video that shows how it's done:
Let me know. Also, let me know if other than the bogging and stalling at a stop, there are additional symptoms. For example, you smell fuel, black smoke from the exhaust, it's running hotter than normal. Anything you can think of that will help. Also, if you have a live data scan tool, hook it up and let me know the short term fuel trims.
Take care and I'll watch for your reply.
Sunday, July 26th, 2020 AT 9:19 PM