I need a little help, I am fairly new to jeeps. I have a 97 TJ that I am selling and a 98 TJ that I just bought. Yesterday here in northeast ohio we got 14 inches of snow and I got stuck while plowing the drive (2x). Both times while working my way out either the front end or transaxle made kind of a dull squealing noise while it was under load. KEEP IN MIND THIS IS AN AUTOMATIC! The 97 I'm selling never did anything like this and I got it stuck a couple times getting firewood, but it was a stick. I found a ton of other squeals while doing a search, but nothing for an automatic. It wasn't a belt squeal, this was from underneath the jeep. The only thing I could find looking around is the transmission mount on the inner part of the skid plate is in bad shape. It worked fine the rest of the day. It is a 98 4.0 automatic. I replaced both front u-joints,hubs, and ball joints right before winter as well as changed the axle fluid and didn't see anything out of place. Any help would be great!!