Any possibility that there might be dust on the light sensor?
I'm going to try GSL. I interviewed the service manager and he is an ex racer as well as a former GM district rep. At least he should know what is going on.
I will see.
no need for apology...there are so many confusing options on these cars. My 06 lux2 has the 3 way automatic (2 front and rear seat) heat/AC controls as standard. On the 07 thay are optional, go figure. Maybe the rainsense were standard, but I think GM wants to save every penny, so now we have to pay extra.
Good idea about sensor, but it was changed last October. Made no difference. Let us know how GSL is. I'm ready to give up on CMP. A buddy of mine is happy with Jack Carter.
saw the invite for anyone from Canada .. new member still learning how this works and a new owner of an STS...
after many years of being drawn to the style of STS of the early 2000 years recently saw a dark blue 03 fully equiped low mileage and went for it .. after three weeks I still look for excuses to go somewhere .. hoping I have a reliable/ low maintenance/ reasonable V8 mileage vehicle.
Take care of it Saltey.
Regular routine manufacturer maintenance is critical.
Number one is to maintain the coolant. If it has not been done yet....then I suggest that you do it asap.
I believe that its X # of miles/kilometers or 5 years for the coolant. So the 5 years is up. So I would suggest to do that if not recently done.
Standard regular manufacturer maintenance intervals may seem like a hassle and/or something that could be put of for a little while......But truth be knownst.....follow those intervals religiously and you will be spending less and less time in this forum asking questions and stressed out. You will actually be coming here to relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
When it comes to your Cadillac, the manufacturer really does know best, no matter what anyone else may tell you.
Just took delivery of a Black Cherry '09 CTS DI AWD last Wednesday.
So far, have 670 kms on the odometer and I'm still going through the owner's manual learning all of the car's details, but so far, I'm totally blown away!! This car is sooo good! No complaints whatsoever! Seems like GM really sweated the details on this one.(up to now, I've only been able to make that claim on my previous Audi S4--that says something).
Now, if only GM would build an AWD version of the CTS-V2!!