Since I bought the car it will randomly shut off under the right conditions once in a long while but for the past couple weeks the Magnum has been dying on me more and more. This is a weird one so let me try to explain. I start the car up in the morning and pull out and idle it out to the main road. It will idle forever too because it sat in the driveway for a good 15-20 min to see if it would die. Once I get it up to speed and then slow down to a stop it dies. It does not throw a code or even the lighting bolt. It just quits for no reason. Then when I turn it back on and put it into drive it takes about 15 maybe 20 seconds for the transmission to engage. I thought it might be just be a nuisance issue before but its gone from once every few months to a couple times a week now. Tonight it died in traffic when I was trying to merge and thats what pissed me off. Then when I the transmission engaged it wouldn't up shift or down shift. Auto stick was disabled as well. I guess this is "limp mode". Once I got it home I turned it off and turned it back on and it was fine. Still no codes, no lights, nothing. I'm leaning to the transmission because of this, it only happens after it changes gears and its cold. When I start it back up it takes a while to actually engage in drive. Would a low fluid condition cause this? It doesn't leak though. ***Just thought of this, I'm going to try starting out in manual and manually up shifting and down shifting for the first few minutes and see if it changes. I will probably swing by the dealer for a dipstick too. Anybody have any ideas on this let me know, thanks!