possibly your crankshaft sensor or ignition control module
Sounds like gas filter getting plugged with rust or something. Then after being down for while the rust falls off filter and starts until gas pressure plugs the filter again with dirt or rust or whatever.
Its all about 45 minutes drive (80KM) excluding waiting at the border (causeway) for immigration.
Bad fuel pumps starve the engine of fuel. The result is either vehicles that do not start or will not achieve top speed. They loose horse power. If your vehicle has an electric fuel pump (most all cars run electric pumps now) it will usually fail after it has run for awhile and had a chance to get hot. The symptoms go like this. You drive say 100 miles and the car slows then stalls. It cools off and will run again in about an hour. Then you drive 80 miles and it stalls then you drive 50 miles it stalls finally it runs only for a few minutes then it wont start anymore.
Is the fan functioning?
The start-stall issues are most likely the result of the car being 23 years old and in dire need of an overhaul.
you need a new cam positioning sensor installed
If car is coughing and stalls out until you drive whats the problem.
change you r catalytic converter its clogged
about as fast/long as waiting for answer.
About 19 minutes
58.285714286 minutes you drive 68 miles 60 minutes you drive 70 miles
check odb codes and check o2 sen.
replace the alternator
i have fordt taurus1999 aftr i drive 10 miles engien die and start after 20 minuts
First start by disconnecting the drive motor to see if it runs - if it does, then you will need to go through the gears (and if steam, the drive rods) and working forward from the motor until it stalls again. This is a common problem with the lower priced engines and usually it is in the gear box.
some of these model cars(G M) had a switch that locks up the torque converter. When it goes bad it feels as though you are stopping a straight shift without pushing the clutch down.
About 40-45 minutes, according to Air Canada's website. However, it is probably faster to drive (about 200km) after you count waiting time and travel to/from the airport.
check the egr solenoid and valve, also check plugs wires distributor cap and rotor button
My guess would be that the catalytic converter is plugged, or maybe some other exhaust blockage. The exhaust cannot go through the system and the car stalls. As it "cools off" the pressure is actually equalizing, or coming back to atmospheric and the exhaust can flow freely again, for a while. I would check this scenario out, could be something to it.
Sounds like a torque converter lock up solenoid.
check coolant temp sensor
To drive from Woodstock to Marietta is 35 minutes to 45 minutes