Is it a distributor issue, cap, or ignition? on 1994 Ford Probe

Just had an axle replaced by a transmission specialist. As soon as I left the shop, my car would get up to 3000 RPMs and die. I would sit for a few minutes, restart it with no problem and then get up to 3000 RPMs, it dies. I have been told I have to replace the distributor by someone who physically looked at it, but told that it is an ignition system issue by someone else. Please help. Thank you!!

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2 answers
good luck, these cars are freakin wacko, they rely on so many electricals, getting a diagnostic would be the best idea.
could the shop have possibly left something unplugged, was it running like this before you dropped it off to have the axle replaced.