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Brake Sensor Problems of Cadillac CTS



Cadillac CTS owners have reported 5 problems related to brake sensor (under the service brakes category).

car image   Brake Sensor problem of the 2007 Cadillac CTS 1
Failure Date: 07/21/2015

To all my facebook friends I am going to ask you to please read this and make it go viral. I own a 2007 Cadillac Cts-v which I paid $41,000. 00 when it was new, with loans the car ended up costing me $55,000. 00 which I was willing to pay. It is a beautiful car. Now here is what has happened. I now have about 19,190 miles on it and at 15,000 miles I replaced the tires. Being a v they put on bridgestone potenza's. That cost me about $1000. 00. At 17,000 miles I had a sensor go out on my right front tire, that controls my brakes. That cost me $600. 00. At the same time the dealer told me that I needed front brakes. That only cost me $300. 00 because I had a coupon and told them to just replace the pads and do not turn the rotor. At 19,160 miles the left wheel sensor went along with one in the steering wheel. This is going to cost me another $1200. 00. The reason I am writing this is because a friend told me about a website called "edmunds car review" and I went on this site to find out that Cadillac has had this issue since 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 etc. Most of these people have gotten some satisfaction from Cadillac and sold their car before the next repairs. So I beg of you, if you or someone you know is considering buying a Cadillac Cts, Cts-v that they read the edmund report first. I am now contacting the national highway safety administration because apparently the bbb has guide lines that restrict them from doing anything about issues 6 months out of warranty. So please tell all your friends to do the research and look into other luxury cars before buying a Cadillac. One more thing, I went to dinner and went to pull into a parking spot and the brake pedal went to the floor and started chattering and the car rolled into the spot.

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car image   Brake Sensor problem of the 2003 Cadillac CTS 2
Failure Date: 04/01/2011

While driving at a steady and even speed my car would suddenly pulled to the left as if the left front wheel had the break apply. Almost instantly my "stability system engaged" display would go on and the car would correct itself. This went on to become a regular event with each time I took the car out. The most it occurred was 30 or so times in a 90 mile trip, but it happened regularly on local 2 mile trips to the store. Sometimes it would be more severe than others . In addition and occasionally, when the breaks were applied, there would be a "loudish" crunch sound and resistance to foot pressure that would give way after the initial break application. There was also a vibration "buzz" through the gas pedal when this all would occur. The first time I took the car to the dealer they could not find anything wrong or duplicate the problem. I took them information I had found on the web about the problem and they checked their service bulletins for a problem. It was fixed by changing a steering sensor at a cost of $430.

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car image   Brake Sensor problem of the 2004 Cadillac CTS 3
Failure Date: 06/08/2010

Car would not stop at low rates of speed on multiple occasions. Have had to throw it into "park" gear to make it stop. Have changed brake sensors on all four wheels, ebscm system, and problem still occurs. "service brake assist" light came on after multiple episodes occurred. Have had it into Cadillac dealership on numerous occasions and continue with same problem. Aware this has occurred on many cars of same make/model and year via internet search.

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car image   Brake Sensor problem of the 2004 Cadillac CTS 4
Failure Date: 09/15/2009

The contact owns a 2004 Cadillac Cts. The contact stated that the brakes would not engage when he attempted to slow down. He noticed the failure at low speeds between 5 to 10 mph. He had to shift into park in order to stop the vehicle when the failure occurred. The failure was intermittent. The vehicle had not been inspected or repaired when the complaint was filed. The contact called the dealer and was told that the problem could have been caused by the wheel sensors. The contact had not spoken with the manufacturer at the time of the complaint. The current mileage was 47,150. The failure mileage was approximately 42,000.

car image   Brake Sensor problem of the 2003 Cadillac CTS 5
Failure Date: 07/11/2004

At highway speeds while driving straight stability system engages when applying the brakes. It only feels like there is brakes on the left side, pulling the vehicle violently to the left. . Dealer fixed the vehicle, replaced sensor in steering wheel part # 26059045.