So I did replace the ignition module recently, and it actually helped. It seems I'm incrementally fixing the problem! I probably just had multiple components that were worn out and would fail when they got hot. Originally the car would stall and die after a few minutes. Turns out it was a bad coolant temp sensor, causing the car to run FAR too rich, before flooding and stalling. It would take 10 or 15 minutes before I could restart. Then, the car would stall out when I got on the throttle. Usually it would restart after a minute or two. A new coil fixed that. Then it would stutter, buck, and try to stall after just a few minutes of running. Ignition module fixed that. Now it misses and wants to stall after a solid 10-15 minutes of running, but only at idle below 1200 rpm. It'll miss and snort a bit, but if I crack the throttle it'll stay alive, and run fine under moderate to heavy throttle.
Last edited by chairmankaga; 02-15-2017 at 05:59 PM.