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Is it an "04" or an "06" ??? You said both... The engines (2.7L) are different.
You have made no mention of possible stored OBDII codes that usually are stored when an "event" happens... This would help greatly....
You are our "eyes", "ears", and "hands" and without this feedback it's hard to help you...
Type engine (2.4L 4 cyl or 2.7L V6)
Mileage on the car (body)
Mileage on the engine (when installed and currently)
One thought.... With the engine being replaced wiring harnesses have been disturbed and moved...(and possibly replaced and/or modified). A misplaced harness or hose can/could wear through and cause intermittent "problems".. The "dressing"/"routing" (placement) of the wires during the engine change can happen. Lot's of posts on the web about worn vacuum hoses and damaged harnesses causing problems. Simple stress relieving brackets left out during re-assembly may allow wires/hoses to touch hot areas or move back and forth wearing through them.. A simple plug/socket connection in the harness left loose may also bring you problems....
There are thousands of possibilities...We need to address...Information will help.
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