Can a 2002 pontiac aztec be used as a tow dingy behind a motorhom
We purchased a 2002 Pontiac Aztec as a tow dingy behind our motorhome and now we are not sure if that can work or what we would have to do to make it work. It is all wheel drive and automatic and the owners manual doesn't recommend it. Do you have any solutions? Thanks.
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Aztec was derived from the line of GM minivans. Many mechanical parts are interchangeable with Pontiac Montana, Chevy Venture and Olds Silhouette of that vintage. Obviously the sheetmetal is, I would say, unique.
Yes, but you have to either leave the engine idling or use trailer. GM transmissions get lubrication from the INPUT side of the unit, and there is no lubrication with engine off, you will cause damage.
You can also trailer, or release axle shafts...A pain, but less costly than fried trans....
Switch ig. on, ground the sender unit wire for about 3 seconds see if the temp. gauge moves, if so change sender unit, if not then it is a faulty gauge reader. also check instrument voltage stabilizer.
there is a bypass for the safety switch, unfortunately you have to remove the shift cover, the whole plastic piece. there is a white "lever" that you can push that will move the pin out of the way so you can shift it, you have to hold the piece and move the shifter at the same time. it is on the right side of the shifter base (under the plastic piece) you will see what I mean when you remove the center piece.