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2006 Mustang v6 won't hold power to engine after many repairs!

Hello Mustang Community,I drive a 06 Mustang vt and just hit a 100k. My problem started off when power stopped going to the ground and engine shut off on the freeway,the check engine light popped up as well, unfortunately i was unable to get codes because my battery chose to die while sitting in my drive way so everything had reset "after buying a new battery".i would try to start my car she would get spark, start, and run for a few seconds then shut off. so i took it to a mechanic and according to him it wasn't getting any fuel.so i went on to change the
-Fuel Pump
-Coil Pack
-Spark Plugs
-Crank Positioning Censor
-checked Relay/fuse
And I'm still running into the same issue "2 mechanics can't find the issue either'. The only thing left to assume is i need a new computer and have to take it to the Dealership which i doubt or, i have a short some where which is going to cost a lot to find, its in some kind of security mode.. If any one has ran into a similar situation or have any idea what the problem/solution please let me know your information is much appreciated.

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you need a qualified mechanic which you don't have

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you need a qualified mechanic which you don't have
Ive taken to a triple A certified mechanic
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