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95 tahoe starts fine then dies when warmed up

Changed ignition coil,new fuel pump and filter,started it up and was driving when it felt like it was missing,RPM's dropped to zero and a huge back fire ran for about 5 more seconds and died. Next day started it started fine,when the engine warmed up it started all over again. Any and all help would be appreciated.
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Had vedry similar problems, i replaced all parts before the last 1 i changed worked which was the pick-up module under the rotor in the distributor. The wires that the ignition module plugs into fray and short out when warmed up. Found it easier to pound the rotor post down through. Not that hard to do. MAKE SURE YOU DRAW A LINE IN THE ROTOR POSITION SO YOU WONT HAVE A TIMING PROBLEM WHEN REINSTALLING THE DISTRIBUTOR!!!!!!

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Does gauges go out when that happens because if it does u might want ck your ignition switch electric side of the when it starts getting hot it shuts down kills every thing goodluck let me know what u find hope this helps

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