I kind of thought you might ask that. Some will, but it will get expensive or may get expensive.
There are some techniques you can do however. Most likely you are losing spark and/or fuel. If you take a can of ether with you and it acts up, you can access the throttle bore and shoot some in it and crank it. If it starts temporarily, it is a fuel problem.
I am more inclined to think it may be a ignition problem and or PCM problem.
I am making the assumption the engine does turn over when it stalls, but just does not start.
Thursday, March 22nd, 2007 AT 7:03 PM