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Old 10-15-2015, 04:27 PM   #15
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2006 has a lock turn to run position and then back one to tow.

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Old 10-16-2015, 01:09 AM   #16
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As long as it is a 4X4 is should be towable flat, but make sure you follow the instructions in the owners manual to set it up. The fuel mileage sucks on them but they do tow well.
Personally I have had both versions of the Liberty and got rid of the 2012 due to piss poor MPG's for the 2014 Cherokee. I now average 18mpg around town which is better than the Liberty did on the highway. Also the Cherokee is larger inside.

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Old 11-19-2015, 02:14 PM   #17
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I got my 06 Jeep Liberty all wired and hooked, it all worked great!!
Yes, it does have a locking steering system, I just keep a key in there on the first indent while towing.
I installed the SMI Stay-In-Play brake system, it is really good!!
Demco base plate and tow bar, perfect...
Installed the Light system with the bulbs inserted in the lower part of the tail light assembly, the Liberty is just made for that!! That bottom part is not used at all, could not be better.

We took a trip from home (Joplin, MO)to Big Bend, TX. Everything works like it is supposed to and I love my little Jeep, we took some trails, it loves trails!!

Thanks for the info!!

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