Why is a 1992 Colt 200E still stalling after the distributor cap rotor fuel filter air filter plugs plug wires changed throttle body cleaned and the fuel injectors have been purged?

I have to answer this myself. I had a diagnostic test at a Dodge dealership. It took them a long time to find the fault, but it was in the distributor itself. Rather than pay 800 dollars, I got an auto wrecker employee to get a used distributor and he replaced it for only 120 dollars including parts and labor. Now my Colt doesn't stall anymore.