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Old 11-11-2008, 04:43 AM   #1
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I know the 05s and earlier are flat towable...any FIRM word on an 06 AWD or front drive?
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I know the 05s and earlier are flat towable...any FIRM word on an 06 AWD or front drive?
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Well, the firm word from Honda is "NO". To the best of my knowledge the Pilot didn't change any - it's just the Honda policy that changed.
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We have towed our 2004 with no problem. We met a man that had problems with his. We did exactly as the directions said, after reverse go to the lowest gear and work up to neutral before towing. The man that had the problem did not do that, so he had transmision problems. So, for every new rule there is someone that screwed up.
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