I need help moving my truck back about 12 feet. Super dead battery?
I have a 2003 Chevy trailblazer. The transmission is bad and Im just trying to move the truck back about 12 feet into another parking spot without having to go pay for a new battery. Even if I did get a new battery, I can roll it back by myself. Whats the best place to call to help me out ?
- M.Lv 712 months ago
Put the transmission in neutral, parking brake off, steering wheel unlocked, and several people pulling or pushing in the direction that you want to move it. Simple!
- KayleenRLv 712 months ago
Those big guys up the road will move it for you
- curmudgeon55Lv 712 months ago
get a six pack of cheap beer, stop at highschool football team hang out- maybe college football team available. a 30 pack will get most of team to pick up and carry vehicle up apartment stairs. simple muscle power by some young men with incentive-- might have to get root beer for parents. Couple healthy men, workers instead of student athletes- simple push and a refreshing drink in payment. some neighborhoods it is a smoking commodity used in barter - fat doobie will get a good push.
- River EuphratesLv 712 months ago
Your question is confusing - you say 'even if I did get a new battery, I can roll it back by myself'.
If you can roll it back by yourself, then do so. If you need assistance, get someone to help you.
If you *can't* roll it back yourself - and can't find anyone else to help, you might be able to use another vehicle and a tow strap to move it. I recently moved my '65 Mustang that has a totally dead battery into my garage by myself (down a fairly steep hill) with a Nissan Versa Hatchback. I took it slow, stopped and adjusted things as necessary, and it went right in.
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- ANDRE LLv 712 months ago
Put it in neutral, and push it in the right direction. One person can turn the steering wheel while you all do this.
- AntonLv 612 months ago
For helping moving anything -- https://www.harborfreight.com/2-ton-cable-winch-pu...
I have used mine to rip tree roots up and moving a car carcass, sans wheels, onto a flat trailer.
- SnezzyLv 712 months ago
If you put your muscles into pushing at the top of a wheel you will need less force to get it to move. Have someone ready to hit the brakes.
- ScottLv 712 months ago
If you can roll it back by yourself, then roll it back by yourself, or call some friends to help you.