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check your fuel filter either by the rear axle or on the left side of the vehicle approximately under the drivers seat of the frame(under the car). if the "cat" is rattling, its not a bad idea to get replaced anyways.
Remove your ignition module and take it to a parts house to be tested. This is common behavior for a failing module after it gets warm. Have them check it several times to insure it gets hot during testing.
I had the same problem. Also, "service traction system" warning light, "service engine soon", and "trac off" warnings. Audio system locks every time the voltmeter goes flat. I expected an expensive repair bill. On a hunch, I pulled both battery terminals, scrubbed all points of contact vigorously with a wire "toothbrush" and baking soda paste. (They didn't look like they needed it at all) Reconnected, tightened securely, started engine , and everything is back to normal. Zero cost, 10 minutes of your time.
your car is in denial.... Have your battery load testest. If it has any plate issues it can mislead the alternator regarding its state of charge abd, by all means make sure your battery cables are clean and tight. good luck
could be any one of many sensors. also have you changed your air filter lately. a clogged air filter will do this. Change spark plugs and wires. if the pluggs are fowled or the wires are cracked then this will happen also. check throtle body control sensor. Also, vacume lines can do this also. Start checking all the litle and big rubber hoses under the hood. they all can cause this problem.