Question about 1988 Plymouth Reliant
My 1988 Plymouth Reliant needs to be pulled somewhere because it does not start but I need it fixed. I was told to look at my manual for the max speed that I can pull the car without messing the transmission up but I do not have a manual and cannot afford to get one. So does anyone know, maybe, the approx. speed that I should, for sure, keep the under while pulling it with another vehicle? Thanks for all the help.
I think about 10-15 mi less than 30 mph-library sec 629 has more info
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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