GM Century/Lumina/Grand Prix/Intrigue 1997-2000

TOWING THE VEHICLE

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For maximum safety to the components of your drive train and chassis, it is most desirable to have your vehicle towed by on a flatbed or whole vehicle trailer. The only way to properly place the vehicle on a flatbed is to have it pulled on from the front.

If a flatbed is unavailable, your vehicle can be towed using a wheel lift wrecker. In this case, the front wheels must be off the ground, as this will prevent wear and tear on the drive train. Tow vehicle speed should not exceed 35 mph (56 km/h) when using this method.

If absolutely necessary, you can tow your vehicle on a wheel lift wrecker from the rear. The front wheels must be placed on a dolly. Tow vehicle speed should not exceed 35 mph (56 km/h) when using this method.

 
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