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Old 06-21-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
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Towing a jeep

Any body towing a straght shift jeep? I got a 02 would like to but need some info on it.Have base plates and a Roadmaster falcon 2 hitch.In gear out of gear,switch position,ever thing.Any info would be great.Thanks
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Old 06-21-2012, 03:53 PM   #2
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The owner's manual will tell you. I think it's transfer case in neutral transmission in gear, key turned to unlocked.
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Thank you very much.
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We tow an 04 Wrangler. Transfer case in neutral, transmission in 5th gear. In our 04 the first notch in the switch unlocks the steering wheel with no battery on. We have 2 lighter sockets with the R/H lighter being energized with key on or off. We have a Brake Buddy Classic and a Stowmaster 5000.
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We have a 2010 Wrangler. We tow with transfer case in neutral and transmission in park. We don't need to put key in ignition since it does not have a locking steering wheel. This makes it very simple.

Also installed trik-l-start to keep the batteries up. Works great.

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We have a 2010 Wrangler. We tow with transfer case in neutral and transmission in park. We don't need to put key in ignition since it does not have a locking steering wheel. This makes it very simple.

Also installed trik-l-start to keep the batteries up. Works great.

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His 02 is not an automatic and the ignition switch is not the same as a '10. Follow what new2rvn said. Get a supplemental brake system!
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