Truck Stalling Question
So i was wheeling today for the first time in a while due to the snow, and my truck stalled/shut off twice. I wasn't going crazy and flooring it or doing anything extreme, but when I was attempting to climb a snowy hill and my wheels started spinning and my momentum stopped, my truck just stalled out. I turned my truck back on, and seeing no warning lights, I backed up and gave it another shot. Tires spun, momentum stopped, it turned off again. Naturally, after two tries and my history, I called it quits on that hill and took a bypass. Now, years ago when I was attempting to rock my way out of a mud hole, i over heated my transmission like an idiot. Since then, I've gotten a completely rebuilt transmission and have been much more careful with my truck. Truck drove perfectly fine the rest of the day and i kept wheeling for a bit and drove home just fine.
Any ideas on why it did that? Is it as simple as just stalling out? I had a full tank of gas too.
2002 XLT 4.0 4x4 - 3 inch Body Lift, 2 inch AAL, Ranchos, 33x12.50 BFG AT's, 15inch Ion Alloy 174's, MBRP catback exhaust, RCI & Rusty's Skidplates, Trail gear sliders, and a whole lot more