Cadillac SRX Recalls
The driver's seat may not be fastened securely due to having been built with an incorrect seat bracket. This can result in the seat not staying securely fastened in an accident.
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.
One or both of the front seats may fall to their lowest vertical position without warning.
The ignition key may move out of the run position unexpectedly causing the engine to turn off.
The vehicle may experience a delay in acceleration when commanded by the driver, posing a safety concern.
The wheel lug nuts can loosen and possibly cause a wheel to come off the vehicle.
The transmission can unexpectedly shift into the "Sport" mode while driving, eliminating the transmission related engine braking.
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.
The right side roof-rail airbag is designed to turn off when the right front seat is not occupied. In the event of certain types of frontal and side crashes, the right rear seat occupant may not be properly protected, increasing the risk of injury.
A software issue with the heating and A/C (HVAC) control system may cause it to stop functioning correctly. This could reduce the ability of the system to defrost the windshield, increasing the risk of a crash.