My 95 Mustang GT with 95000 miles sometimes dies while I'm driving. I already had the TFI and distributor replaced. The code from the computer said PIP failure, which I read means that the stator is bad, so the entire distributor was replaced rather than just the stator (replaced with a remanufactured Ford distributor). There are no mods done to my car other than Flowmaster 40 series exaust and a K&N filter. It doesn't always die, but it usually does after I've been driving for a while (20-30 mins or so), and has so far always started back up after it cools down for 30-40 mins. After it dies, it still cranks (slower than normal) but won't spark. I'm not sure what else to do! I've researched on this and other forums and have a list of possible things that people have said could be bad: -Fuel pump/Filter -Ignition Switch -Battery Connections (Bad or loose ground) -EEC Power Relay (not sure what that is) -MAF Sensor (may need to be cleaned) -CCRM or SCT chip????? not sure what those are -Relay under the hood, in black box by battery -TB/IAC cleaning Any input on any of those things, or any other, than may be causing my problem would be very much appreciated!! Thanks!