Q: As a car ages, what parts would be advisable to replace to prevent car from stalling, bad parts that would not be diagnosed as bad

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Just thinking ahead. Do recommend replacing certain car parts/sensors that could become intermittently a bad part after time (150k miles) but would not be diagnosed as bad because it became intermittently bad. When tested by a mechanic, it registers as good. But, could be the culprit to the problem. Felix

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