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Towing Suzuki Jimney


 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 13:23    Post subject: Towing Suzuki Jimney Reply with quote

Hi.  I recently bought a Suzuki Jimney and then read the manual.  I am a little concerned about the bit about towing.  It says if one tows the vehicle the rear wheels need to be raised off the road and put onto a dolly wheel.  My vehicle is a manual (stick) transmission) not automatic.  I spoke to the dealership and they said oil will go into the transmission box.  This does seem a little odd.  The reason I bought the vehicle was to take it into wild places where there are no flat bed trailers.  Any idea if this is true?  And also why?????
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