Q: Having the engine stall now, at random

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My 2007 Hyundai Elantra, with almost 100,000 miles, stalls out randomly now. This usually occurs at lower speeds. I've done all of the recommended maintenance and have replaced any parts, such as spark plugs, that were worn out. I expected a relatively new car to be able to handle that. Is there some easier solution to this than having the whole engine inspected?

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