Yes, I did. I have mentioned it on another thread, but so many here. My reply from there is HERE
"My car did similar for a few years, but so intermittently that was hard to check.
About once a year (yep, once a year!!!) it would feel like running on half the cylinders for about 15 seconds, then ok. No fault codes, nothing else.
It ALWAYS did it within a couple of miles from home, always when cold, and always after a left hand turn. Talk about specific.......
I checked the trans fluid level, and it was down a bit, but not overly so. I avoided topping up as car normally ran perfect, and so many stories about "don't overfill/don't top up for life/if it's ok leave it/etc."
Also, here in Aust, ATF4 (apparently common in the US) is very hard to get here. While the "universal" ones say "are ok/fit all" I don't trust that, so put it off until I could filter change/flush/buy new fluid from Chrysler - so I KNEW was same fluid to mix with the small amount left in the trans.
A year ago, I wanted to do a filter/fluid change, so read up again/researched how much to put in, so as not to over fill.
When I pulled the pan off, I noticed that the pickup is slightly off to the left side.
When I refilled the trans, it took almost a litre extra to get it to the level it SHOULD be. Note that the level between cold/hot is quite different.
Therefore I deduce from this that while the level is ok normally, when very cold, level is low enough to slosh to one side on a left turn, and temporarily starve the feed for a few seconds.
Going into a corner with no throttle the trans will be in a high gear, as soon as you turn and accelerate, it should kick down. If mine has no fluid temporarily, it could stay in a high gear, and would therefore be trying to take off from slow in 3rd or 4th, so the "missing" isn't the engine, it is a cold engine struggling in too high a gear."
I surmise that is what my intermittent "stumbling/missing" problem was.
Full thread on that HERE