2010 Cadillac SRX Recalls
RepairPal provides easy-to-read analysis of 5 official 2010 Cadillac SRX recalls. Find out if your 2010 Cadillac SRX needs service due to a recalled defect and learn how to fix it.
A rear suspension component that allows for wheel alignment adjustment may become loose and fail. This can cause the vehicle to wander while driving and lead to loss of vehicle control.
Recalls on your Cadillac or Saab vehicle must be performed by a General Motors dealership. General Motors notified known owners of affected vehicles beginning in November, 2014. If you did not receive a notification, but wish to check to see if your vehicle is included, please contact one of your local General Motors dealerships. They will also check for any other uncompleted recalls on your vehicle. For best results, be prepared to provide your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to the service department consultant you speak with. The General Motors recall number is 14457.
One or both of the front seats may fall to their lowest vertical position without warning.
As of this writing General Motors has not yet released a notification schedule for this recall. If you don't receive notification in a timely manner and believe you should have, please contact your GM dealer for further instruction. They may ask for your vehicle identification number (VIN), so please have it handy when you call. The GM recall number is 14271.
The transmission shift cable may be disengage from its supporting bracket. As a result, the driver may not be able to shift the transmission as expected.
General Motors will notify owners of affected vehicles during January 2012. If you are experiencing problems with the transmission shifter, or you don't receive notification and you feel you should have, please contact your dealer. It's helpful to have your vehicle identification number (VIN) when you call.
The line that carries highly pressurized power steering fluid to steering components may have been damaged during manufacturing. This can result in the line leaking, and can cause a fire hazard and loss of power steering effort.
General Motors notified owners of affected vehicles starting in November 2010. You can check with your dealer to see if your vehicle is involved in this program. It is helpful to have your VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) on hand when you contact them.
Owners not using the recommend premium fuel may experience engine ping. If this rattling or knocking sound is ignored engine damage may occur would could disable the vehicle, increasing the risk of a crash.
This could be considered a medium priority recall, changing to high if engine ping is noted. For more information contact your General Moters dealer. They will check to see if your specific vehicle is affected and advise you as to what to do next. Always have your vehicle identification number (VIN) handy when you call.