2013 Cadillac SRX Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2013 Cadillac SRX


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2013 Cadillac SRX
$27 to $61
2013 Cadillac SRX
$52 to $105
2013 Cadillac SRX
$562 to $823
2013 Cadillac SRX
$55 to $357
2013 Cadillac SRX
$96 to $155

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It is not uncommon for the sunroof to work incorrectly or not at all.

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I have had Benny Boyd mechanics try to fix the problem with no success. There are over 6 repairs attempts and I file a lemon suit. They sent a guy named Richard that obviously cannot hear and he lied about there being a problem, even with the mechanic sitting in the back seat stating he heard the...

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On the affected vehicles, the jam nut on the rear suspension toe adjuster link may not be tightened to the proper specification. A loose toe adjuster link could cause the vehicle to sway or wander at highway speeds and eventual failure of the link. Failure of the toe adjuster link will cause an abrupt change in the vehicle's alignment increasing the risk of a crash. Dealers will inspect the torque of both left and right rear toe link adjuster lock nuts, and replace the parts if there is evidence of damage or a loose link.

There may be a three to four second delay and lag in vehicle acceleration when commanded. Dealers will reprogram the transmission control module free of charge to resolve the problem.

Lug nuts tighten on the wheel studs to secure the wheels to the vehicle. These vehicles are being recalled because the lug nuts can loosen and fall off, or cause the wheel studs to break. A vibration would commonly occur as the wheel lugs loosen and continued driving with loose or missing lug nuts would result in the affected wheel falling off, increasing the risk of a crash. To correct this concern, dealers will remove and re-install the lug nuts, and perform a tire rotation free of charge.

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After 30 years of owning nothing but Toyota, Lexus, and Honda and spending $0.00 is repairs (other than batteries and tires), I finally decided to try the "New General Motors." Guess what? It is the same as the old GM. - If you load the car with four adults and luggage, the torque converter groans. - My $200 battery developed an open cell in nine months. - Small corners on the inter...

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