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My 1991 Chevy Beretta keeps stalling while I'm driving? It goes a good 10 blocks then quits I have to wait about 15 minutes and it will start again but does the same thing.

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When it stops you need to check to see if it has lost spark or if it has a fuel supply problem then go from there.

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