I have a 2006 Jeep Commander 4.7 65th anniversary edition with about 105k.
So I have been having intermittent stalling when at stops—specifically braking. This has been developing/happening over the past 3-4 months. Did some research and found that it may be low trans fluid causing this—turns out I was actually a quart low on fluid. Took it out again with the proper level and brakes hard (which before caused it to stall) and could not get it to happen.
It was relatively problem free for a while—maybe a bit of strange shifting (or just my head being paranoid). But the problem has surfaced again. It seems to be moreso when when backing up and braking—especially when first starting the car. I can’t really control when it happens now as I could before.
When shifting into drive or reverse, the RPMS dip a bit below 1k. Sometimes they pulse at stops signs as well. Sometimes the rpm lowers slowly at a stop and it stalls that way.
The only errors I’ve had is a SERVICE 4 WHEEL DRIVE notification on the dash, which has been there for 5 months. I have not had that looked at, though 4wd low does not work.
I’ve done quite a bit of research, and seen multiple things it may be, but nothing I can seemingly test easily. Any help is appreciated!