There's two ways to do it. Either you remove the driveshaft, or you accept replacing a transmission. Even with the driveshaft removed, flat towing a front wheel drive car is generally not a recommended practice, and you really should get a dolly for it.
according to several tow product manufactures, yes both the automatic and manual can be flat towed
A Chevy Aveo can not be flat towed. It needs to be dolly towed, front tires off the ground, rear tires on the ground. Consult your local Chevy dealer for more info.
A 2006 - 2009 manual transmission FWD SX4 can be flat towed. None of the automatic variations or AWD variations of the SX4 can be flat towed.
The size of Chevy Avalanche wheels is around P275/55R20 111S, if you buy it from 2006. If you on the other hand, want a tire from before 2006, the size will be diffrent.
Depends on the model of the truck
My dad has a 2006 Chevrolet silverado 1500 and he has 22" rims but they are low profile tires.
4000 lbs. with the five cylinder and automatic transmission.
According to the 2006 Jeep Liberty Owners manual a two wheel drive Liberty CANNOT BE TOWED!
Dexron-VI Automatic Transmission Fluid(ATF)...
I bet not. the older hubs have a larger bearing housing. the center holes in older wheels are 3.5" diameter, while the newer wheels are 3" diameter opening. Another item to notice is the offset. ronro.
As with nearly all automatic transmission the fluid goes in through the dipstick tube.