Four-wheel drive vehicles should be towed on a flatbed or with all four wheels supported by a dolly. Either method will avoid potential damage to the transfer case. If it is not possible to tow the Jeep using one of these methods, it may be towed instead with the front end raised and the rear wheels on the ground. Ensure that the transfer case is in Neutral (N) and the transmission is in either Park (automatic transmission) or a forward gear (manual transmission).
When the transfer case is in the Neutral position, both axles are disengaged from the powertrain. This allows the vehicle to be towed without disconnecting the driveshafts.