Question about 1991 Chevrolet Lumina
Ignition control module located under the coil packs on the ends of the spark plug wires. remove this part and take it to the parts store where they can tell you if it bad or not for free. Advance Auto and auto Zone both have this set up I do not know if there are either of these stores in your area but many places have this set up and will be able to check the electrical part for free. In hopes of making a sale. When this part goes bad it usually only does it when the car is at normal operating temperatures and after sitting for a little while it will start back up. Just like someone has shut off the ignition is the typical response to this diagnosis from many dealers and mechanics across America for this parts failure.
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