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2001 buick century stalls wont restart till cools down for 1/2 hr

I have been told it could be the fuel pump, ignition module or one of the 3 coils.
It will run for days without a problem, the stalls out of the blue and wont restart till after it cools down for 30 min.
It isn't running hot.
Thanks for any help on this one.
The car only has 61,000 on it.

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