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I was justwondering if a caddy had Stablitrak is it also a given that it would have the constantly variable road sensing suspension also, or are they two serperate items? Thanks in advance :(
 

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They are two different systems. StabiliTrak works with the steering system via "yaw" sensors, and Road Sensing Suspension works with the suspension system. The two systems work together to provide a comprehensive adaptive vehicle control system. I wouldn't doubt that the Magnetic Ride Control (available now only in the Seville and Corvette) will be coming to the Deville soon.
 

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Katshot said:
They are two different systems. StabiliTrak works with the steering system via "yaw" sensors, and Road Sensing Suspension works with the suspension system. The two systems work together to provide a comprehensive adaptive vehicle control system. I wouldn't doubt that the Magnetic Ride Control (available now only in the Seville and Corvette) will be coming to the Deville soon.



LOL well I did realize they are two different systems but I guess I worded my question wrong. Does the car require road sensing suspension to have stabilitrak. Or can stabilitrak work without active suspension?
 

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They aren't inter-dependent if that's what you mean. Like I said, one is steering and the other is braking.
Now if you're asking, can you disconnect one system and still have the other work? I'm not sure.
 
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