Hi Mario .
This looks like a typical security issue due to the system not being able to read the chip ignition key .
First i suggest you try a second /spare key .if still stalling then you will need a good scan tool to check for malfunction codes .
Other possible malfunctions that will cause your engine to stall a few seconds or less after start up .
Crank shaft sensor.
Cam sensor .
To know you will need a scan tool as said above .
Put key into ignition switch to ON and check that the security light is out ,if still on or flashing then you have a security malfunction and the keys will need reprogramming .
Need further assistance with this issue then please get back to me with the reply box below .After rating there is no further cost for any other question relating this issue .Kind regards Greg
You need to check at the fuel pump if you are getting power to the fuel pump when you switch on the ignition .
When ignition is on the power to the pump will only be 2 seconds so you should have battery power at the pump for two seconds then crank the engine over you should then have again battery power at the fuel pump .
If you do have power replace the bad fuel pump .
If you don't have power check the fuel pump relay could be faulty .
Did you check for any malfunction codes .
God bless you for the kind words ,and if you should still be having any problems i will be here to advice you
Kindest regards Greg
Okay sounds good .
Please get back if needed .
Try Ebay for a ECM you will find them a lot cheaper than getting one new from the dealer .OR if you have time have it sent to the UK and have your ECM repaired .this way there will be no need in having it reprogrammed and save a lot of cash .
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God Bless and all the best Greg
If you have the time you will save a lot of money as a repair can only cost $50 - $200 .
and no charge for programming the ECM as yours is already set up for your car as all new ECM must be programmed ti work in your car .