Option Codes *IVH is not the definitive source of GM Vehicle RPO information and is intended for service reference only. Should there be any questions about the vehicle's original build or RPO information please refer to the original vehicle invoice or window sticker. 0ST - VAA/COMPONENT REL FRONT SEAT 1SZ - OPTION PACKAGE DISCOUNT 1WT - WT EQUIPMENT GROUP 2ST - VAA/COMPONENT REL REAR SEAT 3ST - VAA/COMPONENT REL REAR SEAT 4AA - INTERIOR TRIM 4ST - VAA/COMPO
lets be honest here, that trans would hurt itself in stock form towing. and I agree with the high egt's, that's something to really be concerned about with adding any power. This silly AG box doesn't have anything connecting to any sensors that would provide any fail safes. No thanks
the tailgate operates as a normal tailgate and the user will initiate the further drop down of upper section. That's how I understand it, so the hitting the ball shouldn't be an issue if you just remove the ball when not in use or just don't use that part of the tailgate.
give me your vin and I can look up every rpo code (and post them) and maybe we can track down what specific "package" that came with. Aside from that, I would point you to some bilsteins as replacement shocks.
it's based off your average mpg. Not an indicator of something wrong with the truck, perhaps this one is juts used or driven differently (more idle time?) than the other 2 trucks you filled up. we are also in winter fuel at this point and worse mileage is to be expected.
I am awaiting the S&B intake. The exhaust is a straight pipe already, so there's no changing that. AG diesel or whomever has some box out that adds power but it has two connectors ( i believe) and it just seems like a basic fooler box. those never work out as expected over time. Banks is the one to watch as they understand how things work (watch their l5p comparison with the edge unit)
I've done the recall on some trucks, it's very interesting, to say the least. I wouldn't want one of these trucks after the recall was performed ... just my opinion. It appears that the springs break extremely early in the life and if you make it past a few hundred miles , you are fine. I have a ZL1 that fell into this recall timeframe and I have made it to 1300 miles so I am assuming my springs are fine.
Came from a 19 5.3 into the 3.0 diesel. I absolutely love this thing ! Wouldn't dare go back to a gasser if I don't have to.
I swapped out some Black Duramax badges on the hood - Love them ! I also tried to swap out the black tow hooks for some red ones and found that It's a lot of work to do the hook swap on a duramax !
Looks like I had good wind resistance vs you towing a wall? That's crazy on the usage of DEF for yours, I may be towing an enclosed trailer in december and will be able to compare once again. Here's the video of my return trip:
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