Q: 2006 suzuki reno is stalling while driving or at a stop,had a camshaft sensor fail and was fixed 2 weeks later same sputtering,cut

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My 2006 suzuki reno is stalling in motion and idling,cutting out sputtering prior to stalling and check engine light comes on when restart it again engine light off and running great this repeats every other day why

My car has 116000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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