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I assume the solution is the same in a CTS as a CTS-V. Remove the plastic molding facing the rear. There are four plastic screws, Unscrew and lift the spare tire cover. Unscrew plastic screws on carpet covering quarter panels pull back for room to work. Each light assembly has two nuts, remove these and assembly will slide out for easy replacement. Since both lights stopped at once, the fuse may be the issue. The fuse box is under the rear seat cushion, behind the driver. Pull the seat up and forward. Pull levers out on each side of fuse box cover and lift. The diagram is inside the fuse box cover. It'll take a 15V. Note: Please take care in replacing and seat and proper seat belt placement. While you're in the backseat, check all the fuses, there's a second fusebox on the passenger side. Also, check floor behind driver's seat for wetness and water. That could cause a short as well. Good luck!
Hello, I have 2006 cadillac CTS 2.8 v6. Two side brake lights went
out and don't work only when you use brake pedal, when i use the alarm
on the car they flash like
they should so the lights are fine. The light in the middle works fine
so do the turn signals.
in the trunk your capet is held in by plastic nuts.unsrew three or four nuts to pull capet back.then there is three or four nuts on long studs.remove the nuts only.gently pull lamp out to access the bulbs.