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My 1988 chevy beretta v6 2.8 liter runs fine starts nice, when it gets running and gets hot sometimes it will stall out not all the time but just sometimes, and when i have been drivin it for a while say half hour or more and shut it off and go start it 10 mins later it will not start i then have to wait till it cools down to start it again, same thing when it stalls out on me, i just replaced the ignition moduel and that didnt do anything. Any help would really be appreaited.

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Its common for chevy vehicles-you have a problem with your crank positioning sensor,our 06' colorado does that- sensor maybe $50.00,look into that sensor..
hope that helps you-good luck!

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