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It is a clear case of the fuel pump malfunctioning. As not enough fuel is being pumped when accelerating, the engine sputters and stalls. The pump could be needing servicing. Nothing serious. Happens. So, please have it serviced.
It is by the crankshaft pulley.It is behind the pulley and you have to remove the pulley to replace it.There is a special tool for installing the new one.If you look through the pulley you should be able to see it.Hope this helps.Good luck.
this is a very big job, I have the same car, it is located at the bottom rear of the engine, you need to remove the timing chain housing, timing chain turns the water pump, and also remove the exhaust manifold, takes no less than 6 hours in a shop on a lift
not likely possibly the cover for torque converter may be loose. if rattling coming from pass. side may be belt tensioner/or water pump. to check shut engine off remove serp. belt check water pump pulley for play by wiggling back an forth do same with belt tensioner. check trans fluid level while on level surface engine warm&running tranny in park. some gm cars have had problems with crank shaft pulleys making rattling noise also.