Well I got a solid week of normal operation after my tranny rebuild and new clutch.
A new problem now, my Jeep (1995 2.5 stick) has a miss at 2500 rpm and a whirring sound is coming from the engine compartment at speeds over 35 mpd but only when I feather the gas. If I'm off the gas it stops and if I'm on the gas it stops it only happens between those times and only while driving. The noise started before the misfire problem. I can't get it to miss revving it in the driveway, it only happens while driving. It sounds great at other rpm. I did a search and found a thread about a bad TPS but I had replaced mine about 3,000 miles ago. I have checked the plugs, wires and cap and I have a fairly new coil.
The whirring noise is similar to the noise the exhaust makes when the cat is broken- up. Before you ask I just replaced the cat and cleaned the old remnants out of the exhaust. I get no codes from the computer.
I know others have experienced the "hard to diagnose problems" that Chrysler has so graciously provided us. I guess it gives me something to do other then drive the Jeep, keeps the miles low.