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Considering that it occurs more often with the a/c on, it is most likely a problem with either your battery, where it is too weak to sustain the engine output, or with your alternator. I advise checking your battery, and if that isn't the problem, checking your alternator. If neither of those seem to be the problem, its also possible that it is your torque converter, or a skewed setting in your ecu, both of which would most likely need to be checked by a professional.
it sounds like the fuel pump is going out, and it sounds like the switch in the door is sticking. you can try to spray a contact cleaner, this may help, but I am sure if you bought a new switch it would fix the problem. Hope this helped tim
i had the same problem somewhat. my car stalled out and wouldn't start back up. they put in a new battery (my old one had exploded) and a new starter and something that connects the two. also, they had to put a new fan in... now that all is fixed my engine revs real hard... at 3 rpms so now they say it might need a new computer...