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Check your circuit breaker and relays (owner's manual will tell you which breaker or relay is for the dash lights). You may have a "circuit breaker" that shuts off when heated and then starts up again when cold. Replace the circuit breaker with another one from the car and see if the problem. I solved, you have a bad circuit breaker. If that's the case, replece the circuit breaker. If not, you have a bad ground or short in the system, so get the system checked.
Is your battery good? fully charged? It could be ignition or distributor module. Might also want to check the crankshaft position sensor.Check your fuses/relays for fuel pump and make sure your fuel pump is coming on when your key is turned to the on position.
your injector or fuel pump may be going out, next time when you check the issue, check your distubutor again and making sure you getting sparks, if you do have sparks than it has to be your fuel problems.
the three things an automobile has to have to run are compression, fuel, and fire. I think you need to check the firing. I would remove one of the plugwires and insert a screwdriver into the end of the plugwire, have someone turn the engine over while you hold the screwdriver about 1/4 inch away from metal on the engine if you get a spark then it is firing and you need to move on the next option. I hope that helps!