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How do i tow a 2006 mazda6 4 cylinder automatic behind a motorhome

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You'll have to put it on a dolly. Automatic transmissions do not take kindly to being towed because they don't get lubricated. The oil pump in an automatic trans runs off the input shaft, so the engine has to be running. Hope this helps.

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