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I don't know much about the Arrow, I assume that it's rear wheel drive...

In the Mopar-domestic RWD cars, the input and output shafts of the transmission are not completely isolated from each other. There's a bearing or ball bearing between the shafts depending on year and model. If the transmission is in neutral rather than in park or if the park pawl is broken then I could see how it may be possible for an unloaded driveline to begin to move a little if the car has a torque converter with a low stall speed. As for why only one wheel, since it probably has an open differential in the rear axle, if one side has smoother bearings or less resistance from brakes that the other, that side would be where rotation manifests.
 
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