Sunroof Water Leaks:
Sunroof Water Leaks:
Gen 2 CTS to CTS-V Front & Rear Bumper swap
We are starting to get close to something worthy of a list. Any more? Anyone?
3.6 Non-DI Spark Plug Change:
Backup Camera Install:
Trans Fluid Flush:
Aftermarket Lowering Spring Installation:
Re-indexing windows to fix auto-express windows:
Drainage of the AC Evap http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums...advice-my.html
Mold removal + Cabin filter change
Rear Deck Rattle Fix (thanks to 08 CTS4) :thumbsup:
Harley03joe, Your general brake question has been moved to the open forum. It is not a "FAQ" or "DIY" fault/repair.
After a couple years of neglect, I just took all of the suggested links and created a list in JimmyH's original post. I didn't check the validity of any of those links, so please let me know if they're out of date or if there are other, better threads that cover the same information. And obviously the list is a pretty short one, so if you have other suggested threads, post 'em up.
What prompted me to look at this Sticky thread was a post by someone asking about "things to look for" when shopping for a used CTS. RAB's posts in this thread about the standard equipment, option packages, and model year changes is all very good info for a shopper. It would also be good to have a thread of common "gotchas" that a prospective buyer should look out for - I don't know if such a thread exists, but if it does, someone please post a link and I'll throw it up in the original post.
The numerous 2nd gen CTS document "links" that were embedded into this thread in the past by me, as well as into several other 2008+ CTS forum threads, by me, have been severed, by me, on this date because of my disapproval of Cadillac Forum censorship and heavy handedness. Going forward.. good luck to all members in finding the various historical reference and technical documents on the 2008+ CTS that you may be looking for. (I would imagine Google is a good place to start). You may direct any inquiries in this particular regard to forum moderators.
The US government puts people in the federal penitentiary for sharing links to software downloads on web pages. Our government has even successfully extradited foreign citizens to the US for federal prosecution. Even if you don't stand to profit from sharing materials it's still punishable by jail time and six-figure fines. If you break the links to color brochures out of frustration to my "heavy handedness," so be it. Believe me or not, I'm trying to look out for everyone's best interests. That includes you. :cheers: