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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wont start help!
Recheck the charge on the battery,make sure it's fully charged.Check all connections at the battery and at the starter.Possibly a bad starter.If the starter is ruled out,then look at the teeth on the flexplate/flywheel.I would remove the starter and test it.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
SOURCE: cadillac 2004 cts, wont start
i had a 2003 ctc that did the same thing, it wouldn't start or would make a clicking sound and about 1 mth after the problem started aND mechanics could not find a problem my car caught on fire and burned completely from something under the right side of the hood. i had just parked the car and got out, it happened really fast. the fire chief said the cause was unknown????
now i have a 2004 cts and i'm having the same problem!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! has anyone else had this happen???? please be cautious if your cts is doing this, during the fire my doors locked and had to be pried into by fire chief.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Did you determine the cause of your battery going dead in the first place? Did you hook the cables to your battery correctly? What is happening in your car now?
Several things might have happened. I can only speculate from the limited information you gave. You could have had a short under the dash which caused the battery to discharge in the first place. You could have hooked the booster cables up backwards. If you will post additional comments, I will try to help you further. Out of curiousity, have you recently installed a new stereo system or amplifier?
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
Beneath the intake manifold, which has to be removed to gain access. After removing, you'll see a plate with 2 circular covers with wires coming out fo them. Both of these are your knock sensors.
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
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