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Old 01-14-2015, 05:53 PM   #1
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We currently tow a 2006 jeep wrangler x with a manual transmission and have had no problem what-so-ever. We are contemplating trading our wrangler in for a 2010 jeep limited 4-door with an automatic transmission. Does anyone have one of these for a dingy , and if so , what is required to do in order to tow it? Are there fuses that have to be pulled or battery disconnect to install? As I said , we are spoiled with our 2006 as there is nothing to be done except placing the transfer case in neutral and turning the key on. Thanks in advance for any help anyone out there can give me , Bruce.

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We had a Sahara Unlimited '10. As long as you have the 4WD transfer case that has the neutral position, it's easy to tow. No fuses, no steering wheel lock, nothing. Don't even have to have the key on, because the steering wheel lock was removed between '07 and '08, as I recall.
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