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Cadillac CTS First Generation Forum - 2003 - 2007 Discussion, Help please. 2007 cadillac cts shaking in Cadillac CTS Coupe, Sport Sedan and Sport Wagon Forums; Yes, this car is a little bit more complicated than a Honda Civic. But it is also an incomparably more ...
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    Re: Help please. 2007 cadillac cts shaking

    Yes, this car is a little bit more complicated than a Honda Civic. But it is also an incomparably more capable vehicle.

    Spark plugs are something that usually get replaced together. Coils can be replaced one by one, as replacing all of them at once can get expensive, but the plugs, generally, should all be replaced at the same time.

    While learning this awesome new car of yours, heres a little tip that will save you a lot of pain;
    Check your oil. Regularly. Like every other fuel fill. Keep a quart of Mobil 1 in the trunk. And dont be afraid to add it as necessary.

    Welcome, once again, there are plenty of people on here with lots of knowledge that are more than willing to help. Have fun with your car, and keep us posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curtc
    How many miles on the car? If you're under 100k I wouldn't worry with changing spark plugs just yet.
    Hey curt, the car only has 37,000 miles on it. So I guess I can hold off on changing all the plugs? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBoren
    Yes, this car is a little bit more complicated than a Honda Civic. But it is also an incomparably more capable vehicle.

    Spark plugs are something that usually get replaced together. Coils can be replaced one by one, as replacing all of them at once can get expensive, but the plugs, generally, should all be replaced at the same time.

    While learning this awesome new car of yours, heres a little tip that will save you a lot of pain;
    Check your oil. Regularly. Like every other fuel fill. Keep a quart of Mobil 1 in the trunk. And dont be afraid to add it as necessary.

    Welcome, once again, there are plenty of people on here with lots of knowledge that are more than willing to help. Have fun with your car, and keep us posted.
    Thank you very much for your tips! I appreciate it!

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    Re: Help please. 2007 cadillac cts shaking

    that is great, but why did it immediately overheat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robojesus
    that is great, but why did it immediately overheat?
    It never actually overheated, it just went up to the midway point rather quickly, which I never noticed it do before. The mechanic thinks it might be because it was pretty warm outside.

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    Im in dallas, and my temp gauage shoots to the middle quicker than normal really if its over90 degrees

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