I don't think the coolant issue and engine dieing are related. First, the EVAP code that was read should have been taken care of. But again, that shouldn't have caused the engine to die. Without a check engine light, it makes me lean toward a fuel issue. Usually, if a sensor goes bad, the check engine light will show. (Usually but not always). What I need you to try is to let the vehicle idle to see if it dies again. If it does, I need you to check if the engine is getting spark to the plugs (if you need directions, let me know) and if there is proper fuel pressure (again let me know if you need directions). At that point, we will know what is causing the engine to die, electrical issues or lack of fuel.
Try that and let me know what you find.
Saturday, October 9th, 2010 AT 11:19 PM