OK.... I have searched on the forum for stalling, fuel issues, O2 sensors, TPS issues, PCM issues and I have yet to find someone that seems to have had the same issues I am seeing.
Just since the weather has been getting colder, I will go out and start the jeep. It starts easy with no issues, idles fine, but will just stop (like I turned off the key). Ok.... I thought....it's just cold. Well last week it started "stopping" while I was driving. Not bucking or spluttering that you might see with an upstream O2 sensor, or bad gas....its like I just turned the key off and back on fast enough that the gauges start to fall back to off state then it resumes where it left off while driving.... It never jumps more than once at a time, but it may do that 2-3 times during the first 15 minutes or so of my daily 40 min commute....
I am completely stumped on this one....I also considered the possibility that the tranny was slipping (auto) but my tach doesn't spike high and it really acts like I shut it off and back on faster than the blink of an eye.... could it be a PCM issue?
Anybody heard or know of this kind of issue?