Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
If it were only simple. It sounds like an ignition module. They can act up with heat, and are located under your distibutor cap, or if you have coil packs, it's the plate under them. You might try to see what is going away, as in spark or fuel when it dies. Carry a spark tester, if it dies, throw it on a plug wire and ground it quick and turn it over to look for spark. (Or have someone watch)
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