It also has a transmission cooler.
Yes it does...GMCdriver said:No it doesn't.
I know for sure our 1980 and 1992 Corvettes had PS cooling cores.Terrain said:There is some sort of small cooler on my Terrain, with the towing package. Unless it's for the power steering. Do vehicles even come with PS coolers?[/color]
small plastic cover pops out so the receiver can fit...Terrainnut said:I thought of adding a trailer hitch to my Terrain myself, but went ahead and ordered it from the factory. Glad I did because part of the bumper is cut out to accomodate the hitch. Don't know how that would have worked doing it myself.
PM sent[/color]gmiemigrad said:From GM website
"Full Question: I was looking to purchase the 2010 Chevy Equinox and wondered why the 2010 GMC Terrain offer a trailer package with the 4 cylinder engine but the Equinox does not? I would think since they are based off the same architecture they would both have this option. Purchasing a Terrain is not an option for me to get the trailer package.
Answer: All 2010MY Equinox models, both 4-cylinder and V6, can be equipped with a dealer installed GM Accessory Trailer Hitch, Part #19202502. The MSRP is $250, plus 0.3 hours dealer installation time. This accessory is identical to the factory installed RPO V92 Trailer Hitch.
The direction to offer the Trailer Hitch as an accessory only for 4-cylinder models was based on projected lower demand vs. V6 models, as well as to allow customers with broader selection choices when they purchase a vehicle from dealer inventories."
Question is - since the factory installed hitch on the Terrain is $350 MSRP, does it include more??? The dealer install time is 18 minutes (0.3 hr) so that must just include the hitch? What about wiring?? Is it already there??
I know in my S-10 Blazers over the years, the wiring harness was there already on some and on others - a connector was there to plug a harness into.