Cadillac Repair Q&AService, repair, and maintenance information to help you keep your Cadillac up to speed Cadillac Maintenance Sticking to your Cadillac’s preventive maintenance schedule (PMS) is a great way to keep it on the streets and out of repair shops. However, keep in mind that some issues can still arise and affect your Cadillac’s performance, so watch out for signs that your vehicle needs repairs. Blowouts, an overheating engine, and oil leaks are only some of the problems you might encounter as you drive. Below are a few more issues you might want to keep an eye out for.
Several drivers of the Escalade’s 2016 redesign have complained about their transmissions making grinding noises before popping out of first gear. Some of the affected owners also reported that the transmission produces a loud bang when braking.
Some 2019 CTS owners have reported that their cars lost power because of an illuminated StabiliTrak warning light. This is a vehicle stability enhancement system that’s usually activated when the vehicle is experiencing difficult driving conditions.
Some 2010-2016 Cadillac SRXs have been recalled due to a loose toe link, which can cause the vehicle to become unstable when driven at high speeds. Loose steering and a clunking sound from the rear suspension are common symptoms that point to a loose toe link.