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Thread: 2008 AWD CTS possible Torque Converter issues.. need advice

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    Re: 2008 AWD CTS possible Torque Converter issues.. need advice

    Quote Originally Posted by mevaristo View Post
    Thanks Gregory W. I will update accordingly. I do have a question. I'm going to assume that the dealer can pull up a record of all if any warranty work / recalls that apply to my vehicle ?? I'm pretty sure that my car was originally a lease from a dealer which i'm to assume performed any work that should apply to any recalls etc??

    assuming that i can find these records.. if any work was to be performed that hasn't yet can it still be done?
    Hello mevaristo,

    Thanks for taking the time to respond! I will be sure to be on the lookout for your future updates. You dealership will be able to pull up a record of any service history that was performed at a dealership. If you were to provide me with your VIN, I could see if there are any open recalls or service announcements on your vehicle. If there are any open recalls or service announcements they definitely can still be performed on your vehicle.

    Gregory W.
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    Hey Gregory. Sorry for the delay. I sent you a private message with the VIN. Thanks

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    Re: 2008 AWD CTS possible Torque Converter issues.. need advice

    Quote Originally Posted by mevaristo View Post
    Hey Gregory. Sorry for the delay. I sent you a private message with the VIN. Thanks
    Hello mevaristo,

    You are welcome. Thank you for letting us know. We received your private message and responded to you that way.

    Sincerely,

    Laura M.
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    Re: 2008 AWD CTS possible Torque Converter issues.. need advice

    Im with the other guys id check a few more items does not sound like TC problem to me. Im with electrical issue. Have you tried putting it in sport mod and running it through the power band on a hill climb like when you see the problem. It sure sounds like a electrical issue coil probably may just be a simple ground not that coil is gone. The fact you said when DAMP out tells me electrical. TC wont care if its wet out electrical will.
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    I drive in sport mode pretty much all the time. I am planning on changing coils and plugs to eliminate those issues.

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    Re: 2008 AWD CTS possible Torque Converter issues.. need advice

    I know this is 3 years old, but I'd be interested in finding out how your situation turned out, mevaristo. I just started experiencing the same problem. Took it into the dealer who says it's the torque converter. $2000 repair. Should I try changing out the coils and plugs first?

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    Re: 2008 AWD CTS possible Torque Converter issues.. need advice

    Hey. Sorry for the late reply.. didn't see email. I did change spark plugs. And of course had to clean and re install coil packs. The problem went away. At least for me

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