Table 1 shows one common electronic stability control related problems of the 2006 Cadillac DTS.
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electronic Stability Control problems||
I have 70. 000 miles and not only just have to get new air conditioning now I am back in shop and my car is now misfiring on 3 pistons. I should not have to buy a new car and 70,000 miles I have babies I his car with most except endive has and oil changes per r commended mileage. I have another car at dealership too and would hate to think it is dealership but between the 2 I have spent over 15,999 in repairs and the denellli now also has issue with air. That too is 2006 and 70,000 miles.
I have noticed that when it rains and the streets are wet my steering wheel locks up.
I started the car, applied the brake, put it in drive and began to pull out of parking space. I applied the brakes and the pedal hit the carpet. I bumped the car in front of me. No damage. I towed the car to a garage and they found that the brake lines, 2 of them had rusted thru and there was damage to a third. The front calipers are also so rusted out that they cannot be adjusted to bleed the lines and the master cylinder is leaking. The entire system is rust effected. The car is a massachusetts car I just transported to calif. Gm should be responsible for these faulty vehicles and brake problems. To completely replace the brake lines will cost thousands. This is a major safety issue. If it had happened at highway speeds, it would have been very serious.
The contact owns a 2006 Cadillac Dts. While driving 75 mph a fuse which controls the ecm burned out and disabled the engine three times. The dealer reprogrammed the ecm; however, the failure continued to occur. The contact stated that this was a safety issue since there were no prior warnings when the vehicle shut off while driving. The current mileage was 70,000 and the failure mileage was 59,000.
Stabilitrac/brakes warning lights on the dashboard come on intermitately, when it's hot out. Or just sitting at idle for 30 seconds. Front brakes pump on and off, when moving.