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Old 08-10-2011, 12:35 AM   #1
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towable vehicle with out a dolly

Is a 1989 honda civic 4 speed automatic towable without a dolly.

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Application Charts | Remco Towing

1988 - 2011 Honda Civic Application Notes

Towable as is. No formal testing but Remco knows of no problems. Follow procedures found under emergency towing. Hybrids require a dolly.

Engine:
ALL
Drivetrain:
FWD
Transmission:
Manual & Automatic


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Thanks so much i read remco's application chart.
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Application Charts | Remco Towing

1988 - 2011 Honda Civic Application Notes

Towable as is. No formal testing but Remco knows of no problems. Follow procedures found under emergency towing. Hybrids require a dolly.

Engine:
ALL
Drivetrain:
FWD
Transmission:
Manual & Automatic


But the Civic from 2005 on is not approved for towing by Honda so you lose your warranty on the power train. Older Civics are towable.
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It is towable but you will have to use a drop down hitch because the towbar attachments on the civic baseplate is so low.
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