The manual recommends a max of 50 miles for 4 down towing. If the odometer is connected to the front wheels (I think most are ) then just getting the fronts off will do the trick.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by KenD245:
I am planning to tow my 2002 Odyssey behind a motor home. How can I disconnect my speedometer so mileage will not record while I am under tow.
Is there a speedometer disconnect kit that is available for this purpose. If so how do I purchase it?</font>
Karl-you are so right. It is front ABS that is lacking. It's been a long time since I've had to hit them that hard-even on snow or ice.The front ones can-and will-lock up.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by karl:
albaby, your 96 F250 HAS rear ABS! It is the rear ABS sensor in the differential that the computer uses for the speedometer. In the early 90's the government mandated that all pickups have rear ABS. It should be covered in your owners manual. </font>