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There is no emergency brake if all four axle shafts or front
Never use a tow line. Always use a medium duty tow bar.
and rear drive shafts are removed.
4. Install capscrews in forcing holes (1, 2, 3). Tighten until there is
5. Reverse steering cylinder hoses on one cylinder only, so steering
cylinders can move freely.
6. Inspect the vehicle for powertrain damage. If there is damage,
remove all four axle shafts.
Tow with engine running to control operable steering and
Do not tow vehicle faster than 5 MPH (8 km/hr) or farther
than 10 miles (16 km).
1. Put tension on tow bar and check that couplings are attached
2. You must be in the vehicle to steer it while it is being towed.
3. If you think there is an engine or transmission failure, tell direct
support. They will have to remove the axle shafts and the
transmission input drive shaft before towing.