2 possibilities: electronic components can fail when they get hot. That could be anything from the electronic ignition system to the fuel pump. The other possibility is the fuel filter could be plugging up with sediment which slowly closes off the filter element. Turning off the fuel pump briefly can allow the sediment to settle, letting the filter function briefly again. You need to try to find out why it stalls. Is it lack of fuel? Try to start it immediately after stalling, by using a little starting fluid. If it starts briefly when you shoot a little starting fluid, you probably have a fuel pump or filter problem.
with me it was the o2 censer
Wheel balance, bent rim, bad tire or worn steering components to name a few.
If it always goes back to normal later, I'd suspect fuel filter first. But other problems are possible.
Low fuel pressure
In my experience with my Chevy it was a ground wire
have you checked your fuses?
Bad heater core.
The 2005 Cavalier could have a fuel leak. Have the entire fuel system checked, as a fuel leak can cause a dangerous fire.
There are several things that can cause your 1995 Chevy Cavalier transmission not to go into drive or reverse. The most common cause is a lack of transmission fluid. A broken shifting fork will also cause the problem.
bad o-rings or not seated and tightened down properly
Blown Head Gasket or Bad Cylinder Head
Catalytic converter. 9 out of 10 times when a car runs fin cool and stalls when warm, this is the problem.
The 1997 Cavalier has two motor mounts, as well as a transmission mount. If the mounts are broken the motor can move around and cause damage to components under the hood.
The trans is electronically shifted so the sensor being bad is a likely cause.
going through a deep puddle will cause water to get into your Distributor causing the spark plugs not to fire, take off the distributor cap and make sure its dry as a bone
You need to check all of the mounts. Get a manual to show you where they are.
It could be a plugged fuel filter. Or a plugged catalatic converter. Or a weak coil
Have your ball joints checked out.
you most likely need an alignment or your tires just need to be balanced
There are several things that can cause your 1998 Chevy to randomly die out. The most common cause is a malfunctioning fuel pump.
I doubt that running out of gas will my the low trac light come on. I own an 02 Cavalier, and the trac light has to do with the amount of traction you have on any given surface. If you know a mechanic I would have them check it out.
The fog light bulb on a 2004 Chevy cavalier LS sport should come on when the lights are activated. If it doesn't, first check the fuse for the fog lights, then the bulb, and then the switch. One of these things is likely to be the cause of a light not working.
The vacuum lines for a 2000 Cavalier are located all over the engine bay and under the dash. A break in any line can cause rough running.
the first thing to check is the manifold air temperature sensor