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**Cadillac User Experience (CUE)** Discussion, cue problems in Item Specific Cadillac Discussion; 1. you cant drag and drop favorites - well you can but when you do it shifts other favorites- so ...
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    rhmichaels is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    cue problems

    1. you cant drag and drop favorites - well you can but when you do it shifts other favorites- so if you want all your 70's music together you cant unless you delete and readd all favorites in order you want - yeah thats great if you have 60 favorites and want to add one to position 5 need to delete 55 to add one then readd all other 55
    this affects the steering wheel selection
    GM says this is way it is designed to work- really? probably no one ever tested it
    2. sometimes can see song and channel but no audio- usually a stop and re start fixes
    3. sometimes loses favorites seems like always a phone contact
    4. sometimes i rename a pandora station since they are too long but then when i select channel its a different station- though maybe i wan making error but have tried a number of times- so i know it aint me.....

    ps the manual in my xts says when you start remotely the heated seats lights wont come on and once push button start button in car you will need to turn them on -
    thats fine [FONT=Arial Black]but the rear heated seats lights do come on in a remote start and stay on-- wonder what will happen in warm weather???
    my dealers says well different tech might wire differently.....really?

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    pever is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    'Different tech might wire differently'? ROFL

    Henry Ford will be rolling over too!

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    inspectorudy is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
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    Re: cue problems

    We discussed this phenomenon on the SRX web site and it had no logical explanation. The back seat seat heaters will come on and stay on with the lights but the front seat heaters, which will be the primary ones use most of the time, will not come on and the lights will not illuminate with a remote start unless the buttons are pushed once it is started. This is like no human ever looked into this and said this is silly! It is sort of like the A/C that will not come on in full cooling when using remote start unless it was shut down in "Auto". It would seem like the outside temp would be the determining factor since the car has that reading all of the time. Maybe the group that designed all of this stuff are not car owners or drivers.

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    njacobsen is online now Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
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    Re: cue problems

    The rear seat heaters turning on when starting can be fixed by GM bulletin # PI1060A where they reprogram the HVAC control module and the rear heated seat control module. Codes 99449, AA83D.

    This was the subject of a thread on the SRX forum:


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    Hoosier Daddy is offline Super Moderator
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    Re: cue problems

    Quote Originally Posted by pever View Post
    'Different tech might wire differently'? ROFL

    Henry Ford will be rolling over too!
    Unless too many maverick employees was why Henry sold the company to Cadillac and started over.

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