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Old 08-08-2011, 12:52 AM   #1
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towing 4 down-Hyundai Santa Fe

can a hyundai santa fe be towed 4 down

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You can download the towing guide from this site. Good Luck...D


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Old 08-08-2011, 05:32 PM   #3
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We are currently looking for a toad ourselves for our Class B+ and downloaded the link mentioned for the motorhome towing guide After spending a Saturday looking at what we thought were possibilites from the guide we're wondering how accurate it actually is. We were told from more than one dealer that some on the list showing as towable were not at all and some that were listed are towable if procedures are followed that their machanics will walk you through but the manufacturer themselves won't put it in writing so if there is drivetrain damage it isn't warranted. Our list of possibilites grew shorter as we looked and test drove so would recommend doing your research!
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If it is an automatic the Hyundai is NOT towable as is, but a 2001-2009 could be towed if an transmission lube pump is added. If it is a 2010-2011 model, there is no lube pump available for towing.

See the Remco Towing site for more details. Enter the year, make and model in the boxes provided and it will provide the answers.

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