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  1. We used to tow an older model manual transmission Subaru Forester but I understand from Subaru now that they have said they no longer advise towing a Forester wheels down. You may have to get tow trailer. You might be able to tow it with a dolly because the front wheels will be off the ground. The problem with the steering wheel lock would be a moot point.
  2. I bought a '99 Coachmen Catalina late last summer and, after taking it out for a week's trip for a shakedown, put it away for the winter and turned off the battery by way of the Intellitec BD2 battery cutoff panel. Now the cutoff doesn't seem to be working to turn the batteries back on so I can start the RV. The batteries test fully charged. I want to check to see if the Intellitec unit is working but I have no idea where it is on the coach. I don't have any schematics showing were everything is in the RV (Ford Engine) but the user's manual suggests the unit should be located close to the batteries - which it isn't. If anyone has one of these RVs or at least a Coachmen model from a year around 1999 and knows where this unit is, please help.
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