I went today to test drive a 98 4.0l wrangler sport. The roads here are, for the most part, just wet, so i had it in 2wd. It started out just fine because i was on the road. i decided to pull into a parking lot to look under the hood, and when i went to stop it slid to a stop. The parking lot was pretty icey. when i went to drive away i noticed a lot of tire spin and it seemed to only be from the back right. It sounded like it continued after i left the parking lot and got on the road. Afterwards i noticed the rear left tire was low. Could it be that the rear left was low and getting grip, and the power unloaded on the rear right? Does tire pressure make that much of a difference? It most likely has the stock tires because its only got 38k. Whats the right way to handle conditions like this? the road is just fine, but parking lots and driveways i can bearly get moving. I really want a wrangler, but when i get in snow it seems helpless. I obviously wouldn't be having this problem if it was in 4wd, but the roads are dry.