A transmission should not die at 101,000 miles. Place the top of the suction gun back on, go under the V, place the hose in the fill hole and press in the handle on the suction gun to push the fluid into the diff housing. Within 2 weeks the differential was again making the same noises. Gm authorized the dealer to replace the rear differential assembly under warranty sight unseen. Replaced gasket 30645 km Rear drivetrain whine at 60+ mph. To learn more, see our.
When I called gm at 800-458-8006 I was told by automated phone system there is an open recall on my vehicle 07204e and 10355c so asked to speak with a representative and the lady from manilla in the philippines because that's where their customer care center is??? Inter cooler had busted, engine coolant mixed with transmission fluid seals expanded. Was able to duplicate concern found coming from rear diff. This is a well reported issue 109 occurrences found on line for these cars. They are making no attempt to fix the car at this time. Intermittent fault, took 4 trips over a year to diagnose. Cleaned contact points with alcohol, replaced cap. Per doc id 4013532 recommend servicing rear diff with new fluid.
The failure mileage was unknown. My problem started at 25,xxx miles with a rear seal leak, it was replaced by dealer and 9 months later started leaking again. It almost sounds like a playing card on bicycle spokes is how I can best describe it. Took 3 trips to dealer to get correct diagnose resolve problem. Fortunately the car did not skid off the road. The same rear end is on Cadillac sts, Cts-v and these rear ends were continued to be placed by gm, without fix, in Cadillac Cts until 2013. This problems was been in for service 3 times and the dealer states it is normal and an expected thing that may occur.
Now diagnosed as needing rear differential replacement. Car had a paint run above the gas door. This is only 7,396 miles since the prior service. All trademarks are property of their respective owners. The contact stated that while driving approximately 65 mph, she heard a loud bang and the wheels locked.
I purchased the 2005 Cts new from a dealer in yuma and never received any notice of a recall for the seals. There were no warnings that my transmission was failing. The technician tightened the drive shaft bolts to the transmission; however, the failure recurred after the vehicle was repaired. With a new type of magnetic fluid, and a new piston shape inside the shock, Cadillac engineers say that the Touring setting can be even softer, and the Sport setting even firmer. The approximate failure mileage was 110,000. Has been replaced - still seems to be same problem.
I bought the car new and there has been a problem has been with this car since I took delivery from the Cadillac dealer. The insurance company was not paying the claim because they stated there was a manufacturer defect that caused the failure. This problems was been in for service 3 times and the dealer states it is normal and an expected thing that may occur. The vehicle was pushed to the side of the road. The dealer installed a spacer into the shaft, and it is perfectly silent again.
Had to replace radiator and the transmission. The noise started last week and is essentially constant. Symptom was due to premature locking of the locking differential. It appears that this problem is not unique to my car. I'm not sure if it is in the suspension or something else. Apparently it would seem that there are also problems with the 2005 model differential as well!.
For the first time, there will be two transmission choices, including a new 6L90 six-speed automatic with paddle shifters on the steering wheel, or a new short-throw Tremec 6060 six-speed manual. It will likely be on the spare tire cover or the glove box, but may also be in the door jam or under some other compartment lid. Road surface makes no difference. The contact was unable to restart the vehicle. This is a quality, recycled 2009 Cadillac Cts Rear Differential. After installation, the same problems exist with a roaring and thumping noise that has been verified by repair shops coming from the old and new rear differential. Note: servicing mechanic noted after changing the differential fluid, that the fluid taken from the newly installed differential was burnt black.