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Old 04-19-2010, 11:20 PM   #15
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I think all of Chrysler's and Dodge's newer 4x's are like that. Ours are older (Wranglers, '00 and '01) or 2x (Grand Cherokee). I rechecked the Fords (all need key on). Seems like a mixed bag, even with the same manufacturer.

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I also need the automatic trans in neutral and cannot shut off the key without putting it in park..am installing the fuse cut out switch tomorrow. the car is a Honda CRV. if it had a transfer case for 4wd then things would be different. thanks to all that replied. was a great help. Mel

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Just curious, what, if anything, do you use for a break system whrn you are towing the CRV?
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Jeff, I have the Stay-n-play by Smi brake.. really works well and is so simple. electric not Hydrolic. go to CONTACT US | SMI Manufacturing Inc. Mel

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