Z82 - HEAVY DUTY TRAILERING EQUIP -- what does that mean?
We've got a 2003 Yukon XL (Suburban, with the GMC nameplate). On the info sheet we got from the dealer it says "Z82 - HEAVY DUTY TRAILERING EQUIP" and "VR4 - WEIGHT DIST HITCH PLATFORM". I'm wondering what exactly that means for the 2003 model year. Do we have a Class IV rather than a Class IV hitch? Is there extra cooling to towing heavier loads? Something else?
I've searched on this and haven't been able to come up with anything.
Thanks for any input!
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Found this for '08 Silverado:
Z82 Trailering Special Equipment: H.D. - $350
Trailer towing preparation includes tow hook; 7-wire harness; Includes: [KNP] HD External Transmission Cooler And [K47] Air Cleaner: High Capacity; Requires: [LMG] Vortec 5.3L V8 SFI FlexFuel Engine with Active Fuel Management; Or [LY2] Vortec 4.8L V8 Engine; Or [LY5] Vortec 5300 V8 Engine with Active Fuel Management; Or [Z85] Suspension Package, Handling/Trailering
Might try giving your VIN to your service dept.
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