If it has 4wheel drive, put it in neutral on the 4wheel drive shifter and put the regular shifter in 4th gear, if not I cant help you.AnswerIf it has 4wheel drive, put it in neutral on the 4wheel drive shifter and put the regular shifter in 4th gear, if not I cant help you.
to tow a 1992 Geo Tracker you must either disconnect the drive shaft or use a tow dolly and tow it backwards or you will damage the transmission
yes very safe as long as it is in neurtal and if 4x4 tc should be in neutral as well
I think the tracker is a great vehicle to tow. I have a 37' Holiday Rambler and I tow a Geo Tracker, it tows great and is good to move around in after we get into the campground. It tells you what to do for towing in owners manual.
To tow a 4wheel drive Geo Tracker 4 down, is to put it in2nd gear and the transfer case in neutral and front hubs not locked. Per owners manual Herb
tow from the front with the transmission in neutral.
No, it as a design feature that Geo incorperated into its design. The only way to move it is either on its own power or with black magic...Not the tire shine, actual Abra ca-dabra stuff. Good luck.
place transfer case inneutral and go for it
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yes put it neutral and tow from the front wheels
There is a discussion of this here... http://tinyurl.com/yoc7vy there are several opinions.
Put the transmission in park and the transfer case in neutral. If it is a two wheel drive the driveshaft must be removed.
YES Place tranmission in neutral Place transfer case in neutral Place transmission in park. Have Fun !
no there is not a factory tow package for the tracker, any tow package that you put on your tracker you will also have to install a transmission cooling system so you do not fry your transmission and damage your transfer case, you can get one at your local uhaul company.
Yes. You just keep the transmission in neutral... for an added measure, you can put the transfer case in neutral, as well.
again the tow capacity for a 4x4 2002 Chevy tracker is 1500lbs but you should not tow anything without a transmission cooling system which you can purchase from your local uhaul company, if you tow with your tracker without the cooling system you will fry your transmission and damage your transfer case.
Yes but only at a low speed and for only so many miles. then you should start the car and let the trans circulate the fluid or it will ruin the trans.
Absolutely, but you must remove all of the soft top hardware. This will make putting the soft top back on, not so easy. But you can switch between the tow depending on the season.
I used to know a guy who flat towed one of those round trip coast to coast twice a year behind his motorhome for nearly a decade. The only modifications were for electrical connection for lights and for the tow bar.
1500lbs but your tracker can not properly tow that much weight because there was no factory tow packages that came for or with trackers, they are all after market, therefore you will need a transmission cooling system or you will fry your transmission and damage your transfer case possibly even your rear axle.
The Geo Metro is not rated to tow. It would be very unsafe to do so. they are not supposed to according to the manual but i have towed a large jet ski (yamaha 1200) thousands of miles with no trouble at all
put trany into neutral and put t-case in neurtal put the key into the ignition and turn 1 click so the stereing lock is off and you are good to go
Yes it can. If it's a manual transmission put the car in neutral. If it's an automatic you'll have to remove the driveshaft (rear) to tow. This assumes that it's a 2wd. If it's a 4wd make sure the transfer case in neutral also.
Manual Tranny is the same as Automatic Tranny when towing a 2WD. 2WD (Tow from back): Secure the rear wheels with a towing dolly (follow instructions for the dolly), set key to ACC, Make sure wheels are straight forward and secure the steering wheel with a clamping device for towing. The column isn't strong enough for shocks from the front wheels, make sure it's unlocked (setting it to ACC) before towing.
yeah its amazing have you not seen one towed before