do i need to remove drive axle to tow a 1994 honda accord

Asked by Aug 30, 2015 at 07:18 PM about the 1994 Honda Accord LX

Question type: General

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This would depend on if automatic or manual,if manual you can tow it,if automatic yes you would need to remove the axels,unless you trailer it.

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I wouldn't remove the axle at all. You can rent at least 2 different types of tow dolly that I know of from UHaul. Since you have a Front Wheel Drive Car, you could use this: -------> Picture of what this looks like below.

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You can also rent one that will keep all 4 wheels off the ground (I would use this for a long distance tow):

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