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It sounds like you have an intermitant failing sensor. On most of the systems I have worked with the crank sensor isn't required and wouldn't inhibit the engine from starting. The cam sensor or possibly the maf sensor could cause this behavior. Really what you need to do is pull the code. One thing to add, is that crank and cam position sensors are Hall ...
What you're describing is almost certainly an electrical problem (or two). It sounds like two things are happening and they are quite likely related: Something is causing the engine to shutdown (your may find What can cause a gasoline engine to suddenly & mysteriously stop helpful for thinking about what could be happening). Something is causing the ...
Drive shaft is if your engine works, you can switch every gear, but the car won't go anywhere, might be stopping when engage a clutch. Drive shaft has nothing to do with engine or gearbox, so they should stay intact if it is a driveshaft.
Typically, when a car is having issues with idling or stalling the Idle Air Control Valve (IACV) is at fault. There are typically 1 of 2 issues. 1 - The port is dirty. Pull off your air cleaner hoses so you can see the throttle body. There should be a port on the side. This is for the IACV. Spray carb cleaner into this hole to remove deposits. ...
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