It could possibly be the timing chain. If you remove the valve cover, you can inspect it to see if it is broken.
I had this happen to me once. It was a bad alternator.
check your coil
about 500 hours
It would die and not restart. Yes it may restart! I have had modules quit when they get hot and work again when they cooled down.
check your crank sensor
Bad fuel filter or maybe some water in the gas tank.
that sounds like your starter motor isn't working, which would explain why there is no noise when you try to restart it
No you were driving and it quit.and if it cranks it is turning over. check for spark at the spark plugs and also for fuel pressure at the injector rail.
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the ground to the battery i had the same problem on my truck
More detail is needed. Does it crank? Battery new?
timing belt just replaced one today
could be coil
Possibly, you have a broken timing belt.
If you able to restart after a few minutes, then your CMP is defective.
If it won't crank, which is probably what you really have going on, it means your battery went bad while you were driving.
clogged fuel filter
the problem may be that the timing chain or belt has broken
If you're driving a manual, it means that you've stalled out. Turn off the car and restart.
1996 Chevrolet cavalier shuts off while driving and have to put in natural or park to restart
Cam positioning sensor. 99.9%
Knowing the year, make, model and engine info would help us greatly.
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