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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Getting my Differential rear end carrier replaced on Friday in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by the blur Yes, the car my melt. Did you ever see what GM does to this cars ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by the blur

    Yes, the car my melt.
    Did you ever see what GM does to this cars right off the assembly line ????????????? "full load testing"
    My post was in response to the question posed. Not saying I follow(ed) all of it. Half swear by it, half don't.

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    Re: Getting my Differential rear end carrier replaced on Friday

    GM takes engines right off the assembly line, and runs them at WOT, until they run out of gas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the blur

    Yes, the car my melt. at a lster
    Did you ever see what GM does to this cars right off the assembly line ????????????? "full load testing"
    Get a clue, the break-in period has to do with the differential, transmission parts getting used to each other; it's been repeated many, many times on this forum. Learn now before it becomes embarrassing at a later age. A little correct spelling will go a long way, too.

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    Re: Getting my Differential rear end carrier replaced on Friday

    Quote Originally Posted by JFJr View Post
    Get a clue, the break-in period has to do with the differential, transmission parts getting used to each other; it's been repeated many, many times on this forum. Learn now before it becomes embarrassing at a later age. A little correct spelling will go a long way, too.
    Nice run on sentence. 6th grade English goes a long way.

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