I have a 2016 Cherokee.Welcome to the club.
I can't tell what the solution is from the above posts.
We jump on the battery as a primary issue. Get it tested to make sure it is ok.
I don't know the year of your Jeep so it is difficult to suggest an idea.
Check your VIN on jeep.com and see if you have any outstanding recalls.
Specifically view Post #4 above.
When driving, typically 1-2 minutes after starting the car it will "die" when I am driving. When I say "die" I mean the rpm's go to zero and pressing on the gas does nothing.TSB 08-054-18 REV A for the shifter applies to the 2016. It may or may not resolve your issue.
If the connector contacts get corroded most anything could happen.
There is also a PTU spline recall than may apply to your vehicle.
Everything else in post #9 still applies.
Could you explain your symptoms again, I am easily confused?
Amen. I was scared as hell driving on the interstate yesterday. Luckily this happened yesterday and I have been researching why that was happening. I really appreciate the help everyone!Wow!!! He's going to push that bad battery to the point where he's going to have to re-flash the whole damn car to get things back to normal!!! It's clearly to the danger zone. We can write a book about all the random, and strange things we've seen the KL's do when the voltage starts to vary in the slightest ways for any reason, but 8.5 times out of 10 it always comes back to the battery...A GOOD battery is a very important component on most every modern vehicle nowadays, they do much more than just start these "rolling computers". The thought of running 75 down the interstate, and things like losing the EPS scares the hell out me just thinking that's even possible. Get it fixed before someone gets hurt...