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Answered 2011-09-12 14:56:14
YesYes. You just have to put it in neutral first.

not for any lenght of time and at very low speed not recommended lift drive wheels off the ground you can burn the transmission pdq don't

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You typically have to remove the driveshaft.


You should never tow a car with Automatic transmission



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The owners manual said that the car is only supposed to be towed flat, given that its an automatic transmission. The manual is not to be towed flat or used to tow anything. Hope that helps


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You can use jumper cables, but cars with automatics shouldn't be towed or pushed as an attempt to start them. It can damage the transmission.


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Yes! Any vehicle has the capability of being towed. If the vehicle has 4 rolling wheels and is in neutral, it can be towed.


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A car with an automatic transmission.


It gets towed. Where it goes from there depends on the reason it was towed. It could go to an impound yard, a tow company yard, or a repair center, or back to your home if you had it towed.


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