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Old 10-31-2015, 12:33 PM   #1
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Resource for towing a specific automobile

Can I tow a 2012 Buick Enclave 4 down
Where can I find that information

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Old 10-31-2015, 12:36 PM   #2
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You bet. It's towable 4 down. Here's a link where you can download the information for 2012:

Downloadable Dinghy Guides | MotorHome Magazine

Our Acadia is a cousin to the Enclave. Run the engine for 5 minutes before towing, pull BATT1 fuse, and off you go. I installed a switch so all I have to do is flip it between TOW and DRIVE, so I don't have to pull the fuse. Easy. Hope that helps!

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Here ya go for free Towing Guides - Lichtsinn RV - Forest City Iowa Dealer
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Be sure to check the owners manual for the final say.

Here is another site. Remco : The Towing Experts

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The Enclave owner manual tells you how to prep fr towing, e.g. fuses to pull, tranny position, etc.

You need a tow bar, base plates (connects tow bar to car), a toad brake system, and a way to connect the car stop/tail/turn lights to the coach. Lots of choices for those, and you can read numerous opinions here about the "best way". They all seem to work ok, though, so the pros and cons are a matter of personal preferences and cost vs convenience trade-offs.

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