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I love my car but I will NEVER EVER purchase another Cadillac Escalade again. ... I own a 2004 EXT and the trans. had to be replaced within 60K miles (10K miles ... After replacing all the above at 113,385 miles no other problems as of now. .... I bought a pre-owned 2008 Cadillac Escalade ESV under warranty and had ...
It could also be the wrong shocks on it. I would suggest going to the dealership and driving a different one of the same model. If it's different feel than your's, have the dealer drive both and explain why.
If you're wondering about the Traction light on the dash... Make sure you have all the same tires with uniform tire wear. Large differences in tread wear could cause this.. Another cause is a wheel speed sensor that's reading
incorrectly and registering one wheel at a different speed than the
other speed sensors. This would require the use of a scan tool that can read ABS
data, to find the problem.