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The Cadillac DTS is a luxury full-size sedan, known for its grandeur and comfort. Produced by Cadillac from 2005 to 2011, this four-door, front-drive vehicle could accommodate five to six passengers. Unveiled at the 2005 Chicago Auto Show and built at GM's Detroit or Hamtramck Assembly factory, the DTS, standing for DeVille Touring Sedan, was based on GM's G-platform and spanned only one generation. Noted reviewer Warren Brown of the Los Angeles Times described the DTS as a "large, exceptionally comfortable front-wheel-drive luxury sedan." Under the hood, the DTS housed a transverse 32V Northstar V8 engine generating 275 bhp, which was standard for the "Standard," "Luxury," and "Premium" trims. However, the higher-spec Platinum variant, produced between 2008 and 2011, boasted a 4.6 L Northstar L37 V8, delivering 292 bhp at 6300 rpm and 288 lb-ft torque at 4500 rpm. All variants featured a 4-speed 4T80 automatic transmission. Visually, the DTS bore some mild restyling, not a complete redesign, from its predecessor, with revisions on the front-end sheet metal, front fascia, and rear quarters. Its capacious interior could be configured with front bucket seats for five passengers or an optional front bench to accommodate a sixth person. Standard DTS features included multiple airbags, xenon HID headlamps, leather seating surfaces, and power seats, while optional features included heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats, rain-sensing wipers, Bose audio system, DVD navigation, automatic dimming headlights, adaptive cruise control, and Magnetic Ride Control suspension. A special Platinum package, introduced in 2007, offered unique interior trims, badging, and other enhancements.

Cadillac DTS owners often encounter issues related to suspension and engine over time. Common suspension problems include vehicle vibrations, sluggish handling response, swerving or nose diving when braking, and squealing noises from underneath the car. These may be caused by wear and tear on components such as the shock absorber, sway bar bushing, strut bearing, and shock and strut mount, which should be checked for necessary replacements. Engine issues are typically indicated by oil pan leaks and difficulties in starting the vehicle. Smoke from the engine and severe oil leakage signal a need for immediate oil pan replacement. Additionally, experiencing a loss of power during acceleration or hearing a whining noise might be signs of a failing fuel pump. Since the braking system is critical and susceptible to wear, it's crucial to maintain the brake disc and brake pad. Lastly, keep your emblem shining as a symbol of your vehicle's prime condition, and ensure the frequently used headlight switch is in good working order.

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Cadillac DTS Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove and install a strut?
    A: Open the hood and support it securely. Detach the clips from the upper and lower ends of the strut with a screwdriver and remove the strut. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How to remove the door latch, door lock cylinder, outside handle, and inside handle?
    A: Initially, raise the window and then remove the door trim panel to take off the door latch. Next, unscrew those screws that hold the latch in position on the door. In addition, through this entrance to the big hole; you can situate the latch in order to disengage outside handle of a door, outside lock cylinder and inside handle rods. Also, disconnect the rod of actuator for door lock and slip out latch assembly from within the door after that. After raising the window and removing both water shield and door trim panel, one can take out outer handle along with lock cylinder on older models or nuts plus lock cylinder itself. However, in newer models undo nuts before taking away lock cylinder or even removing it first followed by other parts such as outside handles. Using a socket plus extension wrench, unlock nuts or bolts holding outside handle on place then if there are any clips retaining it push against them upwards to release this external grip. Subsequently remove the inner handle by pulling out all connecting rods from its backside once again after opening up water shield with aid of similar step used earlier for two types of this inner kind prior showing how fasteners were fixed previously; remove rivets meaning unfasten bolts at connection where puller's fulcrum existed also have been provided or got milled down amongst others because these could be used instead besides being cut through; whereas finally during installation opposite sequence as used while removing should be applied which means they ought to do exactly opposite but yet same way like shown above.
  • Q: How do you remove the window regulator?
    A: To remove the window regulator, start by disconnecting the negative cable from the battery. Then, remove the door trim panel and water shield with the window glass in the full up position. Secure the window glass in place using strong adhesive tape. On early models, punch out the center pins of the rivets securing the window regulator and drill off the rivet heads. On later models, remove the bolts and nuts holding the regulator in place. Unplug the electrical connector and disengage the regulator from the door. Lift the regulator out of the door. If necessary, replace the window motor by removing the bolts securing it to the regulator frame and attaching the new motor with screws and nuts. To install the regulator, place it in position and engage it in the door. Secure it with new rivets and a riveting tool or with bolts and nuts. Install the window, plug in the electrical connector, and then reinstall the water shield and door trim panel. Finally, reconnect the negative battery cable.