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Old 05-24-2013, 12:28 AM
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Also, you can tow with OD, just on't push it, and slow down. If you travel at a speed where it will not go in to OD gear then it won't hurt anything. It probably won't hurt anyway, how much weight are you pulling?

I'm just saying this so you can pull until you get the button figured out. I often tow lighter loads in OD(and 2nd OD) on my 2010 and it isn't an issue. For medium-heavy loads I turn 2nd OD off.

The only concern is under heavy loads the torque converter clutch may slip. If you don't have a heavy load it's not a concern.
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