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Old 01-14-2015, 05:43 AM   #1
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Has anyone had any experience towing the new 2015 Colorado/canyon? I would also like any input from anyone towing a new Silverado/Sierra and how big of a pain it is to have to disconnect the negative lead on the battery each time. Thanks
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Some people put a battery disconnect switch in the cable. Or, you may be able to run a 12 volt battery charging line from the coach.

And, there is recent thread about the new Canyon/Colorado a few weeks back.

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Has anyone had any experience towing the new 2015 Colorado/canyon? I would also like any input from anyone towing a new Silverado/Sierra and how big of a pain it is to have to disconnect the negative lead on the battery each time. Thanks
Not sure from the way your worded the question, but are you aware that the negative cable must also be disconnected to tow the Colorado/Canyon? Maybe the disconnect switch that previous poster mentioned would be a good solution. Not sure why GM requires the battery to be disconnected.
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