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GM shop fixed this issue 1st. Replaced left front hub. 2 weeks later, lights came on I replaced the right front hub. All lights were still lit car was running super though. Took to local garage to see if they could read if all was ok. They said both rear hubs appear to need replacing although it could be the sensors too. When I drove away, I could feel an issue with the steering when turning at slow speed - the noise was back that I 1st heard when the GM shop replaced left front hub - only makes that noise on acceleration - and the 6 speed automatic transmission doesn't want to upshift without me backing off the pedal to allow it to shift!!!! Thanks..Tom
Take it to gm don't mention taking it to local shop just explain the problem chances are they screwed up an Will have to fix free however caddys are VERY temperamental. You don't want shadetree shop
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