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Can I tow a '95 Toyota Camry without pulling the driveshaft?

Driveshaft I need to pull a '95 Camry on a tow dolly - do I need to pull the driveshaft? Thanks, Tompy

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Yes .

Posted on May 14, 2009

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No, not unless it is all wheel drive

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