RE: towing my 91 Tracker. I have a 91 Tracker 4x4 5 speed. The manual says transfer case in N and trans in 2nd. Limit speed to 50 mph. Why 2nd? And would 60 mph really do any harm? Thanks. Paul in Spo

Asked by Sep 08, 2015 at 10:40 PM about the Chevrolet Tracker

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If you're towing long distance it's best to remove the rear driveshaft and tow from the front with the rear wheels on the road. Otherwise you'll overheat the transmission and damage it. HTH. -Jim

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