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Old 09-20-2011, 02:52 PM   #1
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kia sedona

can you tow a 2002 kia sedona all 4 down
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According to Remco, with a manual transmission, yes. With an automatic, not without their Lube Pump.
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The only Kia listed as towable in the FMCA 2002 towing guide is the Sportage

Ask Remco to pay for damage if you follow their advice, Kia themselves say no. But it's out of warranty so any repairs are at your cost anyway.

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We have an 03 Sedona and have found that it's too expensive (IMO) to spend the money converting it (about $3K) for flat towing and it's too heavy (4700 lb +) to dolly tow. Most of the regular dollies are limited to 4000 or 4500 pounds vehicle weight, and we only have a 5000 pound hitch.

We're looking for an older compact pick-up (S10, S15, Ranger, Isuzu, Nissan, Toyota) with autotrans and extended cab, to flat tow with a driveshaft disconnect. It'll be cheaper that converting the Sedona.
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