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Towing L322

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by OwneDTBH, Nov 14, 2019.

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  1. OwneDTBH

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    I know its not the best option but is it safe to tow a L322 TD6 for 3 miles and what would be the best way todo this without causing any damage if possible?
     
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    On the p38 Automatic you have to put a fuse ,mimimum 5 amp ,in number 11 position (I think) this puts the transfer box in neutral check in your manual or in Rave for the 322.
     
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    Place fuse to put in transfer neutral...Main box in neutral as below.......

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    Do people never read the owners hand book?
     
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    lol No....
     
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    I thought you just took the props off?
     
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    That's on the truck you drive.
     
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    Or pull the halfshafts on the drive axle/s
     
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    Much Easier, quicker and alot cleaner just getting the transfer box into neutral ;)
     
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    Surely if your towing it, the damage is done?:p
    It's not the gearbox is it:eek:;)
     
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    They are much more reliable if towed, better still on the back of a recovery truck, more fuel efficient too:cool:
     
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