There is a pinpoint test procedure to determine where the problem is. Personally, going by your description of the symptoms, I feel the problem is very likely the TFI module. They typically go bad when they get hot and will start working again when they cool off. I would include the diagnostic procedure here, but it is a bit to involved. You can find it in the Mitchells or Motors manuals in the Reference section of the Public Library. Or you can just take it to a trusted mechanic for diagnosis. *I don't know if the above is true or not, but I had the EXACT SAME problem with my 1984 Town Car. The problem was with the FUEL-PUMP RELAY. Try replacing it. If that doesn't work, you can use the unorthodox cure that my shade-tree mechanic used: run a wire from the left tail-light to the electric fuel-pump inside the gas-tank, and when you want the engine to run, turn on the parking-lights. (DON'T FORGET TO TURN OFF THE PARKING LIGHTS WHEN YOU TURN OFF THE ENGINE, or you'll end up with a dead battery). This solution has worked for 1 1/2 years on my car.
check the fuel filter, may be clogged.
Could be vapor locking, and or it could be the ignition control module inside of the distributor (vary common).
I'd give everything a look before you start the engine and after, leave the engine for a few minutes before you start driving but it should be fine.
At what point does it lose power? As you're driving? When you come to a stop? plugged converter
Stalling while driving may be caused by a collapsing or kinked neoprene fuel line.
i suggest going to nissanpathfinders.com and go to the forums, they know their stuff there
You probably got the ignition wet. It will have to be thoroughly dried before it will start and run again.
Died while driving? Alternator
if it won't start up again chances are it's probably your fuel pump
they will be at the same pace the whole time so there will be 0 minutes before they meet again
it is crankshaft position sensor.
Probably a bad spot on the stater or the solenid
About 10 Minutes
Stop, get out on your car and do stretching for at least five minutes.
I have the same car. Mine doesn't start sometimes. It does not start after I have driven for ten minutes or so and stopped and turned off the engine for about 25 minutes. It will start immediately after it is turned off or ten minutes later, but not 30 minutes later. I have to wait about an hour or longer for it to start again. If I turn off the engine, then run back to the car every ten or fifteen minutes to start it, it is fine. I also think it will start if I turn on the ignition for 30 seconds or so before I crank it.
it may be the o2 scensor
It's usually the fuel filter when a car does what you describe.
the battery is flat or its to old
The clogging of your fuel injectors or carburetor jets may induce vapor lock.See the link listed below:
Maybe you worked your truck a little to Hard. EASE UP on driving just a bit.
Unplug the motum leave it for 10 minutes and then try again