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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, DMH Exhaust Cutouts Stability Control Issue in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Mine did the same thing driving around with no exhaust on. It's definetly related somehow....
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    Re: DMH Exhaust Cutouts Stability Control Issue

    Mine did the same thing driving around with no exhaust on. It's definetly related somehow.

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    Re: DMH Exhaust Cutouts Stability Control Issue

    Vibration could definitely effect a yaw sensor, inside the yaw sensor it has to have a component that can freely move to be able to detect yaw (and needs to be able to move fairly easy to accurately and quickly detect yaw), start shaking the panel that it is attached to and it could cause the sensor to think it is yawing when it is not.


    You might try mounting a piece of rubber between the sensor and the car, or maybe even adding dynamat in that entire area to dampen some of the vibrations

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