I don't think so. Disconnecting the odometer is illegal, and besides, you tow a FWD car with the front wheels off the ground and in that manner the odometer does not register miles. Towing it with the front wheels touching the ground will damage the transmission. So if towed correctly this is a mute issue.
Yeah, sure, just put the transfer case in neutral; this is fine for short distances, say five miles or so at slow speed. For towing longer distances, disconnect the linkage to the wheels on the ground.
NO, Get you a dolly. towing longer trips will tear up the transmission,with the frount wheels on the ground.
Raise the front or all four wheels off the ground for towing.
The conventional way of towing cars with the emergency brake on can not be (that is, with two wheels on the street). ... If two non-driving wheels on the ground are towing your car and the parking brake is released, there should be no damage to the car.
Only if your towing the vehicle by the rear wheels. If you are towing by the front wheels you do not need to unlock the steering wheel.
No. The Yukon Denali's AWD setup is not provisioned to lubricate the driveline components while towing. It must be towed with ALL wheels off the ground, such as on a flat trailer. There is a driveline disconnect that can be installed on the vehicle to make flat towing possible; however the aftermarket equipment will void GM's warranty.
State Trooper - 1956 Death on Wheels - 2.24 was released on: USA: 16 February 1958
Yes, by towing with the front wheels off the ground. Or by keeping it under 55 with the transmission in neutral.
State Trooper - 1956 Death on Wheels 2-24 was released on: USA: 16 February 1958
The odometer will count the miles, regarless of which fuse is pulled, if the drive wheels are on the ground and the driveshaft is attached. So, either remove the driveshaft or lift the drive wheels off of the ground.
Not with the wheels on the ground.Not with the wheels on the ground.