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Old 12-04-2015, 07:38 AM   #15
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24K chasis. Leaning towards the Edge. Dingyguide for all years says towable with either fwd or awd. Daughter has one and loves it.
Our 2011 Edge AWD has towed great. I did add a toad charge system as the battery goes dead on tows over 4 to 5 hours.
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Since the Edge is towed in the acc switch position does the odometer register the miles? Can a fuse be pulled to stop the battery discharge? Thanks, Dave
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Since the Edge is towed in the acc switch position does the odometer register the miles? Can a fuse be pulled to stop the battery discharge? Thanks, Dave
My 2011 does not register miles in the ACC position and no fuses need to be pulled.

It will drain the battery in 4 to 5 hours due to the center console display and instrument cluster. If you chose you can pull the fuses for this but then you have to re-pair your phone and re-program radio stations.

I added a toad charge and it keep it charged while in tow.
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