Need more details than that. Do you mean the ignition switch turned itself or the engine simply stalled? If it stalled, what happened next? Did it fail to restart and the vehicle had to be towed back to the dealership? Did you simply restart the engine and it ran fine?
The most common thing with Chrysler products is low idle speed causing stalling when you approach a stop sign. That will occur after disconnecting the battery or letting it run dead because the Engine Computer loses its memory. It has to relearn "minimum throttle" before the computer will know when it has to be in control of idle speed. To meet the conditions for that relearn to take place is real complicated. Drive at highway speed with the engine warmed up, then coast for at least seven seconds without touching the pedals.
Often batteries will run down when a vehicle sits unused on the dealer's lot for more than three weeks. A simple jump-start is all that's needed to get it started, but the relearn procedure still might be needed.
Thursday, September 4th, 2014 AT 9:27 PM