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Bleeding air pockets to get it running often mean there is a leak between the fuel level in the tank and the lift pump,lines rot including holes developing in the sending unit dip tube.

Also the o-rings sealing the water in fuel sensor and the fuel heater are known places for leaks and air infiltration after shutdown-fuel leaks when running,both are located in the filter housing.

As for the stalling problem and hard starts the PMD may be to blame-you would be well advised to have a known working PMD/resistor mounted on a heatsink outside the engine bay and connected with an extension cable as well as having a spare PMD/heatsink/resistor combo in the glovebox for emergency installation.

Do you have any trouble codes?SES light?
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