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Old 07-29-2012, 06:47 PM   #1
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2012 Dodge Durango All wheel drive

Anyone towing one of these four down with hemi, 6 speed auto, and hi/low transfer case. How's the quality, too?
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I'd check the owner's manual to see what it says about recreational towing. Generally, AWD vehicles such as this can't be towed since they don't have a Neutral position in a transfer case. If they still have a 4WD option with a Neutral position in the transfer case, you'd probably be OK - you were in the Dodge trucks.

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The model I am referring to has the neutral position on the transfer case. From what I have read, it is the same drive train as Jeep Grand Cherokee.
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Then in all likelihood you'll be good to go.

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Anyone out there actually own one
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I tow a 2012 Grand Cherokee 4WD with a Hemi and as far as I know the drive train is the same as the Durango. Works great, no problems so far.
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