so how much extra was the FG2 suspension option?
headlight switch has to be in auto for the washers to come on
2005 CTS-V:No Roof|T2+Eibachs|Corsa|UUC:Shifter, 2pc rotors, B-Lines, Motor/Tran Mounts, Diff Bushings|LPE CAI|FFV IntakeTube|Hotchkis Sways|Kooks 1.75 Coated LTs+cats|KARS III |Mamofied Fast90 + NW90|224/228 111+0 XFI/XE-R .609/.588+Dual Springs|ATI 25% UD Pulley|YT 1.7" UltraLites|Melling HiFlow OP|Cloyes Hex Adjust Timing Set|Lucas 42# Flow Matched Injectors|Katech LS9X Clutch Mustang Dyno Tuned (SAE): 412rwhp / 380 rwtq
2012 CTS-V:No Roof|Wagon|M6|Recaros|<-- SOLD
2014 ATS: 2.0T-M6
Isn't it a Euro law that xenons must have washers (and auto leveling, hence the Nivos?)?
Once is a enough for the headlight washers; after that they are a PITA.
Remember to drive the V once around the block after a wash and before photos. Rusty rotor syndrome is contagious.
FG2's on ebay for pretty cheap! http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Cadil...QQcmdZViewItem
500 for a new set of FG2s is a downright steal. That's less than half the cost of a new set at reduced price.
FG2 is worth every penny. I have never driven an FE4, but I am convinced the FG2 is why I have no complaints about wheelhop. Not to mention the incredible responsiveness.