I have a 1993 GMC Suburban that just dies on me while I was stopped at a light. I pushed it into the parking lot and popped the hood and everything was hot to the touch and it would turn over but would not start. I let it sit for about an hour so it could cool down. After it was a little cooler, I started checking the wires and cap and rotor. Wires had a few suspect marks but I didnt think nothing that would cause it to just shut off. I tried to start it again and it fired right up. Drove it all the way home with no problems. Could the wires cause this? If not then what? Any help will be greatly appreciated.