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Old 03-19-2013, 11:36 AM   #1
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Is a 02 Ford 4x4 Automatic Flat Towable

HELP ..Need to know if a 2002 Ford 4x4 Automatic is 4 wheel Flat towable?
Thank you for your help ..Im getting diferent answers from Ford..Need to know if anyone out there is doing it Thanks Vic
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So what did Ford tell you?
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Old 03-19-2013, 12:00 PM   #3
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towable?

Called last week and they said not avisable ..This morning said it's OK ..Not sure if I asked Ford about a 06 last week tho..I'm shopping for a truck LOL Soooo got a 02 4x4 on hook automatic ..and wanna be absolutly sure it's able to flat tow ..Thanks for the reply
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Generally speaking, if the transfer case has a neutral position, it's towable 4 down. Does the 2002 4x4 have a neutral position on the manual transfer case lever or dash-mounted selector switch?

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Generally speaking, if the transfer case has a neutral position, it's towable 4 down. Does the 2002 4x4 have a neutral position on the manual transfer case lever or dash-mounted selector switch?

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That is exactly right!
I have an 02 Nissan Frontier automatic and it has neutral in the transfer case. I just came back from a trip of 800 mi towing it all 4s down with no problem even though the manual says not to. BTW there have been several others who have done this and that is where I got the idea.

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