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How do you disconnect the driveshaft on a 1988 chrysler new yorker in order to tow it on a tow dolly?

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This year of chrysler cars are front wheel drive.if you towing is tow it with the front wheels on the dolly as the rear wheels are free wheeling and don`t turn anything but themselves and their own bearings.

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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