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Sounds like the dealership sucks! Complain to the regional office or call the Cadillac customer service 800 number in your owners manual, or better yet email this address and voice your concerns:

assist@cadillac.com

It must still be under warranty. If you just want to trash Cadillacs then go somewhere else.

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I would be pissed too. I would e-mail them to death, "spam um". I've had to do the same, basic cadillac 101 right, just fix it. Has the six attemps been all at the same dealership? Sounds like some of the gene pool is lacking in the service dept.

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I would be pissed too. I would e-mail them to death, "spam um". I've had to do the same, basic cadillac 101 right, just fix it. Has the six attemps been all at the same dealership? Sounds like some of the gene pool is lacking in the service dept.

Bronson, since you are relatively new I will tell you that this guy comes out of the woodwork every few months just to aggravate everyone, see this post in April,

http://caddyinfo.ipbhost.com/index.php?sho...c=1317&hl=towed

If the guy really wanted to get it fixed he would have by now, some people love to feel like victims and moan. I am sure there is a story behind this that he is not telling us.... I just wish he would sell it.

Early on sailors navigated by the stars at night and the North star became the symbol for finding ones way home. Once you know where the Northstar is you can point your ship in the right direction to get home. So the star became a symbol for finding ones way home or more symbolically even finding ones path in life.

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They probably would have fixed it on the 7th repair. I thought they gave you a new car? If you're not happy with it, you might try ford. They have many more dealerships where you can blow off your unhappyness.

Cheers,

Jeff

Jeff

98 Concours

90 Seville

04 Corvette

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Dang dude, you got snowed! They gave you a "new" 2004 DTS with over 22,000 miles??? Ha ha ha!!!

I've heard a saying one time, and think it's fitting here:

"Tis better to leave your mouth shut,

and have people think you're a fool,

than to open your mouth,

and remove all doubt."

Jason(2001 STS, White Diamond)

"When you turn your car on...does it return the favor?"

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mmm....I'm guessing early 40's, unsatisfying marriage, 2-3 kids, thinks or has to be the "life" of the party, aviator style sunglasses, in sales, has friends but only ones that can be intimidated easily, unreasonable expectations but is clueless to it, sees problems as a fault of someone other then self, no one is good enough..... am I getting close?

-kg

207,000 miles

Never towed

"Burns" rubber

" I've never considered myself to be all that conservative, but it seems the more liberal some people get the more conservative I become. "

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...and prettier than you "kger2"..LOL. No, that's not a 2004 with 24,000 miles on it. It's the same 2002 that I still have awaiting delivery of the 2005 that my attorney negotiated for me to order. Well, just have to listen to the "bing" chiming every 15 seconds till the new one comes in. Cadillac is dumbfounded with this and the other 190 problems with the car.

I'll post the VIN to this car when all is said and done because I'm sure they'll just throw it on a lot to re-sell. Hopefully in your town!

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I just don't understand why on earth you would want another Cadillac. I also don't understand what purpose your posts serve.

Back in 2001, I purchased a new Trooper. It started pulling to the right soon after I got it. 3 different dealers worked on it and couldn't get it to track to my satisfaction. Other than that one problem, the SUV was perfect. I never once posted on the Isuzu boards or bad mouthed the vehicle. The pulling drove me crazy, so a year later and 12,000 miles, I traded it in on another Isuzu which I love. Did I loose money? You bet! Do I care? Nope! Did I become an A** Hole like some people? Nope! You see, life is way to short to get riled up and make it your mission to belittle someone or some company. It just does no good......only upsets yourself. Personally, I can't wait for the new STS to come in. I think I want one. You need to realize all vehicles are machines made by humans and robots (which are made by humans). Any vehicle can be a "lemon". It doesn't mean all vehicles made by any one specific company are bad. You just happened to get one that wasn't right. Replace it with another brand and move on!

Jeff

Jeff

98 Concours

90 Seville

04 Corvette

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I just don't understand why on earth you would want another Cadillac.  I also don't understand what purpose your posts serve. 

Back in 2001, I purchased a new Trooper.  It started pulling to the right soon after I got it.  3 different dealers worked on it and couldn't get it to track to my satisfaction.  Other than that one problem, the SUV was perfect.  I never once posted on the Isuzu boards or bad mouthed the vehicle.  The pulling drove me crazy, so a year later and 12,000 miles, I traded it in on another Isuzu which I love.  Did I loose money?  You bet!  Do I care?  Nope!  Did I become an A** Hole like some people?  Nope!  You see, life is way to short to get riled up and make it your mission to belittle someone or some company.  It just does no good......only upsets yourself.  Personally, I can't wait for the new STS to come in.  I think I want one.  You need to realize all vehicles are machines made by humans and robots (which are made by humans).  Any vehicle can be a "lemon".  It doesn't mean all vehicles made by any one specific company are bad.  You just happened to get one that wasn't right.  Replace it with another brand and move on!

Jeff

Any vehicle can be a "lemon". It doesn't mean all vehicles made by any one specific company are bad. You just happened to get one that wasn't right. Replace it with another brand and move on!

Truth be told, most "lemons" are the result of poor servicepersons.

Regards,

Warren

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CADILLAC EL DORADO 1995 1G6ET1292SU606333

CADILLAC DEVILLE 1995 1G6KF52Y6SU277743

CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 1995 1G6KD52B8SU200148

CADILLAC STS 1995 1G6KY5298SU820299

CADILLAC DE VILLE 1996 1G6KD52Y2TU295843

CADILLAC CADILLAC 1996 1G6KF5291TU281922

CADILLAC DEVILLE 1997 1G6KD54Y4VU295519

CADILLAC DEVILLE 1997 1G6KD54Y7VU236190

CADILLAC CATERA 1997 W06VR52R4VR101826

CADILLAC CATERA 1998 W06VR52R6WR112473

CADILLAC ELDORADO COUPE 1998 1G6ET1296WU617521

CADILLAC ELDORADO 1998 1G6ET1293WU612096

CADILLAC CATERA 1998 W06VR52R8WR111129

CADILLAC DEVILLE 2000 1G6KD54Y8YU161682

CADILLAC ELDORADO 2000 1G6ET1299YU144250

CADILLAC DEVILLE 2000 1G6KD54Y8YU267971

CADILLAC ELDORADO 2000 1G6ET1292YU148401

CADILLAC DEVILLE 2000 1G6KD54Y6YU344370

CADILLAC DEVILLE 2001 1G6KD54Y61U256733

CADILLAC EL DORADO 2001 1G6EL12Y51B101386

CADILLAC ESCALADE 2002 1GYEK63N52R100288

CADILLAC SEVILLE 2002 1G6KY54912U184290

The above list of Cadillacs were extracted from the May 2004 Lemon Buy Back List which can be found at the consumer website for the State of New Jersey. It represents ONLY vehicles bought back in May, 2004 and I only extracted the Cadillacs from the list. The Cadillacs represented a ***VERY*** small portion of the entire list.

More can be read about Lemon Laws in New Jersey here:

http://www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/brief/lemon.htm

At the following site, there's also a mention of New Jersey Lemon Laws for used vehicles:

http://www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/ocp.htm#lemon

If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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http://caddyinfo.ipbhost.com/index.php?sho...c=1317&hl=towed

What is it that you want from us. Trying to get a rise, start an arguement, or just show how much of an *smurf* you are? Dont come to this site acting like "poor me, I just have so many problems" . See the link above. Then it was your car, now its some poor owner that just broke down-no one can believe you-hell, do you even know the truth anymore...2 words for you-GET HELP! :angry:

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There should be lemon list for owners too. This one sounds like the whole fruit stand.

Thought I was going to blow coffee out my nose reading this.

-kg

"Burns" rubber

" I've never considered myself to be all that conservative, but it seems the more liberal some people get the more conservative I become. "

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What Marika failed to post was the FORD lemons from the same site:

Fix Or Repair Daily

Found On the Road Dead

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FORD F-150 1995 1FTEF14N4SNA78794

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FORD F-150 SC 4X4 1996 1FTEX14NXTKA57781

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FORD MUSTANG 1996 1FALP42X8TF187490

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FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMDU73E02UB52390

FORD GR MARQUIS 2002 2MEFM75W72X607360

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FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMZU72E62UC09294

FORD F150 PICKUP 2002 2FTRX07272CA48696

FORD MUSTANG 2002 1FAFP42XX2F104962

FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMZU73E42ZA26168

FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMZU74W72UB87604

FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMZU74EX2UB59254

FORD LINCOLN 2002 1LNHM81W52Y629200

FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMZU73K42UD63426

FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMZU73E62UB01014

FORD LINCOLN TOWNCAR 2002 1LNHN83W22Y612111

FORD EXPLORER XLT 2002 1FMZU73E32UB52194

FORD MERCURY 2002 4M2ZV14T52DJ04296

FORD EXPLORER XLT 2002 1FMZU73K82UD44796

FORD 2002 1FAFP38382W287826

FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMDU74E52ZA77333

FORD EXPLORER 2002 1FMZU73W52UC89789

FORD GRAND MARQUIS 2003 2MEFM74W23X614381

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FORD 2003 1FTNW21P43ED10137

FORD EXPEDITION 2003 1FMFU16L13LB97782

FORD EXPEDITION 2003 1FMFU16W23LA50607

Early on sailors navigated by the stars at night and the North star became the symbol for finding ones way home. Once you know where the Northstar is you can point your ship in the right direction to get home. So the star became a symbol for finding ones way home or more symbolically even finding ones path in life.

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How about these "DEPENDABLE" CARS:

I would say Cadillac did pretty good on that list considering their complexity

LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 1997 SALJY124XVA727143

LAND ROVER DISCOVERY II 1999 SALTY1245XA211302

LAND ROVER 2002 SALTW12462A760487

LAND ROVER 2002 SALNM22272A204787

LEXXUS GS300 1998 JT8BD68SXW0034850

LEXXUS ES 300 2002 JTHBF30G220054164

MAZDA RX-7 1994 JM1FD333XR0301717

MAZDA MX3 1994 JM1EC4352R0317092

MAZDA VAN 1996 JM3LV5224T0800256

MAZDA 626 1996 1YVGE22D5T5539341

MAZDA 626 1998 1YVGF22C9W5721746

MAZDA MILLENIA 1999 JM1TA2210X1505097

MAZDA TRIBUTE 2001 4F2YU08151KM28303

MERCURY SABLE 1994 1MEL5040RA6518320

MERCURY TOPAZ 1994 1MEPM36X7RK651604

MERCURY GRD. MARQUIS 1994 2MELM75W7RX643756

MERCURY COUGAR 1994 1MELM6243RH673141

MERCURY COUGAR 1994 1MELM624XRH673069

MERCURY VILLAGER 1995 4M2DV11W8SDJ05600

MERCURY COUGAR 1995 1MELM6244SH654927

MERCURY TRACER 1995 3MASM10JXSR641283

MERCURY COUGAR XR7 1995 1MELM6242SH656482

MERCURY SABLE LS 1996 1MELM58S2TA625405

MERCURY SABLE 1996 1MELM58S7TA618532

MERECDES BENZ ML320 1999 4JGAB54E2XA142836

MERECDES BENZ SLK 230 1999 WDBKK47F2XF114124

MERECDES BENZ 350 SUV 2003 4JGAB57E23A417398

MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE 1994 JA3AP57J2RY001272

MITSUBISHI DIAMONTE 1994 JA3AP47H1RY023478

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE 1995 4A3AK44Y3SE001507

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1995 4A3AJ56G8SE031759

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1995 4A3AJ466XSE112725

MITSUBISHI 3000GT 1995 JAEAM84J3SY014567

MITSUBISHI MONTERO 1995 JA4MR41H6SJ006699

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE 1995 4A3AK54F7SE234357

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1996 4A3AX55F5TE337116

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1996 4A3AJ46G0TE269388

MITSUBISHI 3000 GT VR 4 1996 JA3AN74K5TY002700

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE 1997 4A3AK34Y2VE008365

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE-SPIDER 1998 4A3AX35G6WE060882

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS 1998 4A3AK44Y7WE094215

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1999 4A3AA46G9XE001901

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1999 4A3AA46G6XE052451

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1999 4A3AA46G6XE050957

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1999 4A3AA46G6XE050957

MITSUBISHI GALANT 1999 4A3AA46G9XE051729

MITSUBISHI GALANT ES 1999 4A3AA46GXXE048922

MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE 2000 6MMAP67POYT000652

MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE 2001 4A3AC44G71E039048

MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER 2003 JA4LZ31G23U041026

NISSAN 240SX 1993 JN1MS34P6PW303220

NISSAN SENTRA 1994 JN1EB31P1RU318408

NISSAN QUEST 1994 4N2DN11W7RD842770

NISSAN MAXIMA 1995 JN1CA21D9ST602987

NISSAN PK UP 4X4 1995 1N6SD16Y8SC354590

NISSAN MAXIMA 1995 JN1CA21D9ST628960

NISSAN ALTIMA 1995 1N4BU31D3SC203312

NISSAN PATHFINDER 1995 JN8HD17Y5SW077735

NISSAN 200SX 1996 1N4AB42D3TC507053

NISSAN SENTRA 1996 3N1AB41D6TL007715

NISSAN PATHFINDER 1997 JN8AR05Y4VW114441

NISSAN MAXIMA 1997 JN1CA21D3VT210513

NISSAN QUEST 2000 4N2XN11T8YD830922

NISSAN QUEST GXE 2000 4N2XN11T9YD819315

NISSAN MAXIMA 2000 JN1C31D3YT75291

NISSAN FRONTIER 2000 1NGED26Y8YC357971

NISSAN SENTRA 2000 3N1CB51D7YL350927

NISSAN SENTRA GXE 2001 3N1CB51D41L453521

NISSAN FRONTIER 2001 1N6ED27Y81C371910

NISSAN ALTIMA 2001 1N4DL01D81C114781

NISSAN QUEST 2001 4N2ZN16T31D818183

NISSAN ALTIMA GXE 2001 1N4DL01D51C158561

NISSAN XTERRA 2002 5N1ED28Y92C591958

NISSAN ALTIMA 2003 1N4AL11D62C203484

Early on sailors navigated by the stars at night and the North star became the symbol for finding ones way home. Once you know where the Northstar is you can point your ship in the right direction to get home. So the star became a symbol for finding ones way home or more symbolically even finding ones path in life.

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My point for posting the Cadillac lemons was to show how FEW there are. Stop harassing me ok?

And speaking of lemons, Scotty, from what I've read about your Cadillac, I think it qualifies under the Lemon Law....LOLOL!!!! ;):lol:

If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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My point for posting the Cadillac lemons was to show how FEW there are. Stop harassing me ok?

And speaking of lemons, Scotty, from what I've read about your Cadillac, I think it qualifies under the Lemon Law....LOLOL!!!! ;):lol:

Harassing? This post seems to qualify as that.

Harrassment? Right, your statement of how little Cadillac comprised was not STRONG enough, when I actually looked at that list (especially CITING NJ Cadillac LEMONS on this site by themselves without the additional support). My POST was in support of your POST...

FURTHERMORE.......I supported your changing of the belts and hoses every 2 years the other day.... Harrassment, huh? I think attacking someones car is harrassment on this site..

Early on sailors navigated by the stars at night and the North star became the symbol for finding ones way home. Once you know where the Northstar is you can point your ship in the right direction to get home. So the star became a symbol for finding ones way home or more symbolically even finding ones path in life.

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My point for posting the Cadillac lemons was to show how FEW there are.  Stop harassing me ok?

And speaking of lemons, Scotty, from what I've read about your Cadillac, I think it qualifies under the Lemon Law....LOLOL!!!!  ;)  :lol:

Harassing? This post seems to qualify as that.

Harrassment? Right, your statement of how little Cadillac comprised was not STRONG enough, when I actually looked at that list (especially CITING NJ Cadillac LEMONS on this site by themselves without the additional support). My POST was in support of your POST...

FURTHERMORE.......I supported your changing of the belts and hoses every 2 years the other day.... Harrassment, huh? I think attacking someones car is harrassment on this site..

Scotty wrote: What Marika failed to post was the FORD lemons from the same site:

Without reiterating further, that one-line comment looks like harassment.

As for poking fun at your Cadillac, you didn't notice this -----> ;)

Didn't know you defended me as to belt/hose changing intervals. I'll have to go look for that thread again. Couldn't find it. If you did, thank you.

If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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My point for posting the Cadillac lemons was to show how FEW there are.  Stop harassing me ok?

And speaking of lemons, Scotty, from what I've read about your Cadillac, I think it qualifies under the Lemon Law....LOLOL!!!!  ;)  :lol:

Harassing? This post seems to qualify as that.

Harrassment? Right, your statement of how little Cadillac comprised was not STRONG enough, when I actually looked at that list (especially CITING NJ Cadillac LEMONS on this site by themselves without the additional support). My POST was in support of your POST...

FURTHERMORE.......I supported your changing of the belts and hoses every 2 years the other day.... Harrassment, huh? I think attacking someones car is harrassment on this site..

Scotty wrote: What Marika failed to post was the FORD lemons from the same site:

Without reiterating further, that one-line comment looks like harassment.

As for poking fun at your Cadillac, you didn't notice this -----> ;)

Didn't know you defended me as to belt/hose changing intervals. I'll have to go look for that thread again. Couldn't find it. If you did, thank you.

What got me about your LEMON post was that you were responding to a guy that comes here every few months to get a rise out of us and you fell for his BS hook line and sinker. To bring up Cadillac RELATED to LEMONS AT ALL in to help this guy was unproductive.

While I realize that you said that Cadillac was a small number, THAT statement alone was NOT strong enough. Mentioning CADILLAC and LEMON in the same sentence irked me and was damaging to Cadillac. Afterall, do you know WHY they are lemons? Maybe they were ORIGINALLY sold as rental cars and beat to hell! Maybe someone drove them into the ground with NO maintenance on a LEASE! I felt it was especially inappropriate with this poster, who YOU finally remembered changed his story that it was his NEIGHBORS car. (if you look back I credited you with having a good memory). I wanted EVERYONE to know how REALLY insignificant cadillac was on the LEMON LAW listing, as MANY will see CADILLAC and LEMON in your post and make an IMPROPER association. Its the implication that bothered me. This is a Cadillac Enthusiast site. Don't get me wrong I am not implying censorship, I just feel that some of your posts are negative and open ended.

Some of your posts are abrasive and cause controversy, like this one in spite of the fact that our local GM engineer has spoken in depth about DEXCOOL and that it does not cause problems:

"Yep, Dex-cool has damaged a lot of engines, especially Chevy Blazers. There's a class action lawsuit brewing for anyone interested in contacting that law firm whose link I posted. I'm glad I still use the old "green stuff"

and this one, "I would play it safe and ask two sources: (1) an independent mechanic that you know and trust and (2) a dealership that specializes in your vehicle. Someone's got have a service bulletin regarding this problem and will be able to recommend what you can use in your particular vehicle if you don't want to or can no longer fill up with Dex-cool"

Unsupported opinions, conjecture, internet newsgroups and the opinions of the BIAS liberal press mean nothing to me and you should use caution regurgitating it. Even the car mags are BIAS. We have a litigious society and a liberal press that loaths corporations and will use anything to undermine US corporations. The only opinion that means anything to me and the reason I continue to come here is the engineer's opinion (bbobynski and others who have first hand experience) who explained how GM validated the product IN DEPTH and that is enough for me! But it is very obvious that you don't seem to care about the engineers opinion and would rather find fault in his conclusions or opinions continually (recall the injector cleaner and Dexcool discussions). You see its not harrassment its me and others not liking your narrow eyed, doubting Thomas slant on things. Lets face it I'm not the first that you have gone head to head with. We come here for information and answers you can't get anywhere else and to rub elbows with knowledgable experienced people. We all know how to search GOOGLE and we can find positive and negative opinions there. I for one would appreciate it if you acted more like a cadillac enthusiast and not continually look for fault, being negative, ignoring and refuting our resident experts, and dropping red herrings to cast doubt. I can tell you that if you continue you bashing negative stance we will go head to head again I personally loath "the glass it half empty people". ;):lol: LOLOL!!!! <<< just poking fun doesnt that make it all better?

Early on sailors navigated by the stars at night and the North star became the symbol for finding ones way home. Once you know where the Northstar is you can point your ship in the right direction to get home. So the star became a symbol for finding ones way home or more symbolically even finding ones path in life.

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What a load of bullshit, blather and nonsense. Get off the soap box. It's obvious you read what you want to read, read it the way you see fit and interpret what you want to see, usually in a negative sense.

I'm going to ignore your blather from now on. Post what you want, you'll get no response from me.

If you really want to make people safe drivers again then simply remove all the safety features from cars. No more seat belts, ABS brakes, traction control, air bags or stability control. No more anything. You'll see how quickly people will slow down and once again learn to drive like "normal" humans.

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