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Need to tow a 2004 elantra

What is the proper way to tow the elantra with auto trans?

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Front wheels up in the air and rear wheels touching the ground be probably the safest,im not sure if they reccomend towing it with shift lever in N.Maybe on a short distance it would be ok.Dont take my word on that though.

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