2002 Ford F150
YES,but you will want to remove driveshaft,or unbolt it and make sure it is hooked up to undrecarage really tight to keep from slideing out of tranny or droping down,if removed complety close up tailshaft of tranny to keep from loosing fluid.some say it is ok to tow with driveshaft in,but rember you will have to put in nutural it will roll up milage and heat up tranny,which is not good.
Or just put it in nutral and it can be towed
dont seem like any of you are sure about this, do you disconnect the drive shaft ,do you disconnect the battery put it in neutral let the steering go on it's on just curious
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