Remco Towing USA has information on towing many cars. at this link:Application Charts | Remco Towing
You answer the questions and they will tell you "Add this" or "Add that" or "Follow instructions in manual" or some such.
When it comes to pulling a fuse.. You can buy, or make a simple adapter
The "you can buy" consists of a blade fuse but there is no fuse, instead wires come off the top of it, one goes to a switch and then on to an in-line fuse holder.
You remove the indicated fuse, insert it in the fuse holder, insert the plug end (the modified fuse body) in the original use slot and find a place for the switch (YOu might wish to mount the switch first)
The home made you use a couple of "Tab" connectors instead of the modified fuse body. Otherwise same deal.
CLICK and the fuse is "Pulled" click the other way and it's back.
NOTE: Remco has 3 mods (I suspect they sell the fuse thingy too but have not looked for it) A lube pump, a Drive shaft disconnect and an axle lock. I will describe all 3.
Lube pump is a battery operated pump that circulates transmission fluid keeping the bearings moist.. The problem I have with this is any ACTIVE device can fail, and the mean time between failures is right about the life of an average car.
Axle Lock, This is used on front wheel drive cars, and consists of a half axle, mounted on teh axle is a large (Think 3 pound coffee can) thingy, properly balanced, you twist it's outer collar with an oil filter wrench (included) and it "Unlocks" the axle. this wheel now turns free, just like the rear wheels on a rear wheel drive.
For most cars the "Pig" (Differential) is oil filled and those gears are not at risk, with the one wheel turning freely the other spins those gears but in my entire life I've only had them fail one time on one car and it was not due to lubrication but another problem. (This car was not being towed)
It does requrie you replace the half axle.
IT turns the car into: A trailer (no longer an automobile, but a towed-mobile) till you twist the collar the other way re-connecting the transmission to the wheels.
Drive shaft disconnect, works the same way on the drive shaft of a rear wheel car. You do have to either shorten or replace the drive shaft in most cases.
I like these devices because the technology is older than I am and the Mean Time between failures (See note) is also longer than I've lived.
NOTE: on the drive shaft disconnect there are occasional balance issues. This is a defect in manufacturer, or instalation, not a failure, once it works, it tends to keep working well with no more than routine maintenance.. Major failure on the Drive Shaft disconnect is failure of the control cable.. Regular use or a cable lubricator can prevent this.