I just had the exact same issue word for word. The dealership replaced a coil because the whole issue stems from engine misfires which prevents the stabilitrak from being able to function. It's not hub bearings or sensors in our case. The engine is getting oil mixed in with fuel and the Pistons are misfiring. My problem is that every year this car has an engine misfires error and Cadillac keeps pretending like it's normal to have to pay 700$ because the engine falls apart eventy year. This needs to be replaced under warranty. It has to be related to the other engine misfires codes that were replaced under warranty before. I'm about to just fine a Magnuson moss warranty suit because I should not have to keep paying to fix engine misfires every year. It's absurd. They never fixed the problem when it was under warranty and now they want me to pay for their design defects!Hey, everyone:
I have a 2013 Cadillac ATS 2.0T premium and just had this exact same problem yesterday. It’s in the shop now. I was accelerating on the freeway, the engine began to shake, the TC and Stabilitrak lights came on. I pulled off the freeway and had it towed. The engine shakes pretty rough side to side and smells of oil. No engine light on though.
Anyone have any updates on this problem?? All my warranties have run out