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Can a 2005 honda accord hybrid be dinghy towed

Is it possibile to dinghy tow this behind motorhome my husband and i just purchase out first rv and need to know if we can use our vechile to tow

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SOURCE: Can the Honda element be flat towed behind a motorhome?

hi yes you can flat tow, but i dont know of any way of not recording the miles.

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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SOURCE: I want to know if a 1992 honda accord automatic

No, you need a tow dolly to support the front wheels so they are not in contact with the road.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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very few automatic cars can be towed, the transmission is driven by the wheels and overheats. A possible alternative is to use a tow dolly with front wheel drive cars.

Posted on May 11, 2010

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SOURCE: Can a 2009 honda element

If it is a manual shift there is no problem.
If it is an automatic, it depends on whether there is a rear drive oil pump or only the front one driven by the engine.
Many cars only have an automatic transmission oil pump that is engine driven, so can't be towed with wheels on the road.
Don't know about an Element.

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SOURCE: I have a 2007 honda

This is a problem as I also tow a dinghy. The only way that I know is to install a battery disconnect switch. you can get one at WalMart for about $5. The concern is that you will not have the ability to use any of the dinghy's power. In other words, anything that needs to be operated will need to have power supplied from your MH. This includes braking and lighting systems. Also, every time you hitch or unhitch, you will need to re-engage the battery switch. One last note is that every time you disconnect the battery, all your stored information such as radio presets and computer info will be lost.

Good luck and I hope this helps :)

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Towing in this manner is acceptable only on the certain vehicles. The vehicle should be properly equipped and prepared as described below.
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  3. Securely attach the vehicle to the tow vehicle.
  4. Turn the ignition key to the OFF position, which is one position forward of LOCK. Unlocking the steering column allows for proper movement of the front wheels and tires during towing.
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  6. Shift the transmission to Neutral (N).
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  8. When the vehicle being towed is firmly attached to the tow vehicle, release the parking brake.
  9. Replace the fuse(s) in the fuse panel when finished towing.

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