Question about 2003 Cadillac CTS
I own a 2003 Cadillac CTS 3.6 L Luxury Sport package (european version) with xenon HID self leveling headlights. For some reason, even though the car never had a scratch, the headlights are too high and I blind oncomming traffic. I know the little engine that levels the lights is working because I can see the beam going up when I start the vehicle, so may guess is that some sort of sensor is not working. I have taken the car to an approved Cadillac repair shop and the solution they give me is to replace the headlights ($1,500 each). But my impression is that they really don't know what is going on (this car is not that common at all in Europe). Is it possible that I have to replace the whole headlight assembly if the only problem is that they don't level themselves? I hope it is only some kind of electronical or sensor problem that can be easily fixed. Thanks to everyone for your help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Cadillac CTS
I too have the 2004 CTS.
Just today, my dealership checked my transmission fluid level because I have gear noise.
There is NO dipstick!
The car is put up on the hoist with motor running and transmission in neutral.
There is a fill / level check plug located on drivers side of transmission through which the level is checked.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
ya its is prolly the bulbs, open your hood. look behind your headlamps, some have covers for the low beam and high beam. if there are covers turn on your high beams so you will know which bulb is your lowbeam. if you can unplug them. after cover is removed and you can acces the bulbs. they either twist out, lefty lossey. or they have little metal retainers that you have to move a certian way before you can swing the retainer out. its like a door you just have to unhook the proper side of retainer and the other side will be hinged. use a flash light and look at it close. good luck
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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