Q: Q: Stall

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Well my car it seems when it gets warmed up it stalls out turns off while everything is still on and turns on when I turn the key back off then on no problem but after it stalls once if I don't let it be for about 10 to 20 mins it will do it again and two codes popped up which was p0052 and p0038

My car has 124000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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