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Why do rear tires spin in the rain?


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Answered 2007-01-09 20:56:37

Those are your drive wheels and in slippery conditions they will spin, the liberty has a setting "four wheel high" that you can shift into that will give you good wet condition traction. Warning the steering may feel funny since the front wheels are now drive wheels as well as the back, and be sure to put it back when it is no longer slick.

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