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Old 01-26-2013, 03:32 PM   #15
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Crabby, How do you switch your 2008 transfer case to neutral? I haven't looked that close, but I don't think there was a neutral position on that console switch. Let me know how you do it. thanks
On ours, there's a little recessed button above the switch that places in the transfer case in neutral. Need to keep a ball-point pen handy for that.

Instructions for doing so are in the owner's manual.
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I am still very confused after reading a bunch of threads and looking up a 2006 Jeep Liberty 4x4 automatic as my flat tow car. The Remco site won't even show me an automatic option.

Is anyone using a Liberty for their tow car?
We have an 06 Liberty 4wd and flat tow it without
Any problems. Just need to be sure transfer case is in neutral. Jeep owners manual provides the instructions on exactly how to flat tow.
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Hi. I have an 06 liberty. It's a 2 wheel drive. I flat tow it all over for a couple of years. I have a remco pump and it works great. I leave the key on the first click. No ignition lights and put jeep in neutral. Dies not add on to the miles either.
If you are a 4x4. Can't you put your wheels in neutral? Then you wouldn't need a pump. I carry a spare pump just on case. But so far I haven't needed it.
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