Question about 1991 Chevrolet Lumina
You could have a fuel pump issue,the only way to verify that is to check the pressure when it acts up.Also you may have a ignition problem,some of the possible causes could be crankshaft position sensor,camshaft position sensor,ignition control module.A easy way to verify ignition issue is to use a spark plug tester after the vehicle has stalled.
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