can u flat tow a 2009 focus

Asked by Jul 18, 2013 at 10:30 AM about the Ford Focus

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http://www.irv2.com/forums/f85/2009-ford-focus-toad-instructions-54531.html ....says you can no problem. "toad'?? Don't ask me on that..owners manual says fine, tow on 4 wheels. I don't know about that though.

toad and towed. Hmmm that right there leads me away from their advice....

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Looking more at other sources, it seems just put it in neutral and tow on four wheels forever. Everybody seems to agree. Happy Traveling!

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If it's a one-time deal, rent a dolly and play it safe. They aren't that much from U-haul.

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