I have a 2004 chevy impala. It tends to die while i'm driving it (not in idle) and after it has gotten so hot a certain module or switch has gotten too warm and shuts everything down. It always starts right back up (except for one time I had to have it towed) I have been told that it could be the Torque Converter Solenoid, crank shaft sensor, Ignition module, bad fuel injectors, vehicle speed sensor, I have had it to 2 different chevy dealers, and one transmission shop. None of them could get it to act up for them, none of them could pull up any codes! They're all scratching their heads. Please help. Thanks.
Don't do that you may get more problems. A common problem is the crankshaft position sensor. Your best bet, is to take it to like Autozone and have them scan it for codes. Let us know what the codes are and we'll be able to help you out better