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If there is a long crank that is a typical sigh of fuel preasure bleeding down, the first thing I would do is look at the fuel delivery system. With a fuel pressure gauge hook up monitor the pressure and see if it bleeds down after the vehicle has been shut down. Take a look the regulator by removing the vacuum hose while running and see if you see any signs of fuel coming out of the regulator, does not always happen right away may need to run for a few minutes
Not without trying to narrow down the choices. If it shuts off like you turned the key its probably something electrical like a relay or the coil. But you would really need to troubleshoot it when it happens to narrow it down.
more than likely it is the headlight switch. All of the lights work off from it. My dads 97 chev would shut off all the lights after shutting the door. Then you would come back later and the interor lights would be on again and run the battery down.
Sounds like clutch material is clogging your filter and you are losing pressure.You can try a trans flush and new filter but that would be just a band aid.What happens is the clutch fibers clog the filter and whed you shut it down they fall off but when you start it up again they get sucked back in and it clogs again.
electrical control imbalance
or a ground not grounding properly
these are first things i would look at
the next is the levels of coolant in system and how bad the canister is clogged it has a filter in it
then the mechanical the bearings are getting ready to lock up