2001 Dodge Dakota 3.9 V6 stall problem

This is a video description of what my 2001 Dodge Dakota 3.9 V6 automatic is doing. It started to stall a month ago and i thought it was just a fluke. Then it happened once a week, then daily, and not it happens a few times a day. I have read many forums about it, Changed the IAC valve, and Crank position sensor. Checked MAP and TPC and both checked out fine. Other options is fuel pump or filter, though both are in the fuel tank. Havent been able to check cam pos sensor, but i would think that i would be having other problems than this stall issue if some of those other things are going out. Any ideas befor i take it to the shop?

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