My 04 Silverado is a 2500HD and it is equipped with a class IV hitch.
depends on the hitch or ball you have
i have a Pontiac Aztec with a hitch from a bronco and we have a 15 ft fiberglass boat so im sure his Chevy can pull the boat safely
The towing capacity for a 2003 Chevy Silverado 1500 is 8400-pounds with Quadrasteer and Quadrasteer increases the towing capacity of Silverado 1500 with the Vortec 5300 to 8600 lbs or 10,200 pounds with a weight-distributing hitch and sway control.
9000 to 9800 pounds (with gooseneck hitch) 300 to 450 pounch with bumper pull
Well mine say 4000 lbs 400lbs so most likely a lower end class III
I believe its 8500 lbs. with a weight distributing hitch.
The amount you can tow will depend on the hitch. You probably have a Class III hitch since it has a 2" receiver. The hitch manufacturer will include a rating on the hitch. Most Class III hitches are rated for towing 5000 pounds. They also are rated for putting 500 pounds of downward pressure on the trailer tongue. If you want greater towing capacity, you can add a weight distribution system to the hitch and it will increase you towing capacity by at least 50%. Check the documentation with your hitch to determine the exact towing capacity of your hitch.
If you have the towing package it is in the 7 pin blade connector next to your receiver hitch. and that runs back to underneath your dash for brake controller hookup. 2000 Chevy Silverado LT Ext Cab 4 dr 5.3L 4x4 Z71
Depends on what type of hitch it has, with a general class III (3) hitch the capasity is 7,000 LBS towing. A Class IV (4) (only if your truck has a more powerfull motor such as the 6.5L diesel and 7.4L 454) hitch you can tow up to 8,000 Lbs. It wouldn't be safe to tow anything more than 4 tons