Question about 2006 Cadillac DTS
Since purchasing this car new it has had a vibration coming from the right front,anyone seating in the passenger seat can feel this vibration which starts at about 45mph and continues through 65mph.
Two brand new tires were replaced when both were found to be out of round,both located in the front of the car.
Since then I have rebalanced and realigned this car twice and still the vibration returns.
G.M. nor the Dealer claim they have not had a simular problem with other DST's but,I know of another person in my area who is having the same problem.
This is the first car/Cadillac that I have ever had a problem with they usually handle well and ride like sitting on a cushion.
Tires are Continental's on 17" chrome wheels(235/55)
Could use the help,no seems to know or want to admit there is a problem.
Have you tried taking your car to an NTB or firestone cuz they are more likely to tell you the truth than the dealership because your car is prolly still under warranty and they don't wanna have to eat that work. and if it's that much of a pain in the *** for them not to tell you I would have to guess Bent Rim or suspension problem but most likely suspension
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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