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did it happend right after you tune it up if not and it was there before check the egr valve try disconecing it then test drive it if it goes away replace your egr valve let me know if it dont work so i can try helping you
Could be a long list of things including dirty injectors or a leaking EGR valve. The coil could be weak or the distributor cap and rotor may be shorting to ground. Has the fuel filter been replaced ? You'll have to go down the list and try to eliminate components to narrow down your options. Does it happen all the time, only when you are accelerating, etc.
Check dist. cap and rotor and replace. Just fixed one last week. Rotor was causing a misfire under load and coil contact to rotor was worn out down too the cap. Graphite dust from the center contact in cap was all over the rotor causing a misfire. $25.00 in parts or less. While you are there replace wires and plugs. Autolite ap25 plugs 2.99 each
How about replacing plugs, wires, distributor cap. one way i check to see if my wires are bad is to turn on the car/truck at night(no lights) and check the wires to see if they're arching to the engine block. if they are, time to replace. other than that try replacing intake manifold gasket.
seems to me there may be a problem with the transmission, because you say it runs fine in neutral and dies when you put it in gear!!!
only logical thing if everything else you mentioned has been ruled out!!!