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Cadillac Escalade, Cadillac Escalade EXT, Cadillac Escalade ESV, SUV
#771 of 1005 Re: Wishful thinking.... [microrepair]
May 07, 2005 (11:25 am)
Micro- I wanted to thank you. After reading your comments it brought a chuckle to my day. Surely, you were just kidding but I will indulge you. When the 2002 Cadillac Escalade first rolled into dealerships in 2001 it started a whirl wind that has yet to stop. Everyone from your mother to your little brother was talking about the new Cadillac SUV. The Escalade is still to date the most powerfull SUV in its class offers the most value for your dollar, and in my opinion has the most presence of all the SUV's.The Escalade set an industry standard and sent all the major players back into their design rooms for evauluation.Dont pretend that you dont remember, people were not even thinking about putting wheels on there SUV's, untill the "Mack Daddy" came out. I should also add that with General Motors being the largest coorperation in the US. not to mention having the #1 selling full size LUX. SUV in the US. (hahah sorry Im chuckling again) I could be wrong but I highly doubt that will lose much sleep that the Cadillac Master "game plan" did not work and you skipped over the "showroom". Lastly ill give you the benefit of the doubt, that you were just mistaken again so i will clarify. The Escalade is a Full Size LUX SUV the ml 320 and rx 300 are in a smaller lux class and perhaps they do dominate in that clas.... oh wait! I spoke to soon they already have there hands full with the Cadillac SRX hot on there tracks lets see... "Best Luxury SUV" for 04' & 05 car and Driver Magazine. ;^)
#773 of 1005 Dumb Question
Jul 22, 2005 (4:12 pm)
I have purchased a brand new ESV last month, and it has 3000 miles on it.
I'm just wondering if I should get an oil change. On the manual, it says I don't have to change until a light pops up on the panel.
Please reply, anyone?
#774 of 1005 Re: Dumb Question [esvman]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jul 22, 2005 (4:18 pm)
Not dumb, but certainly a contentious question.
Check out First Oil Change while waiting for responses in here.
#776 of 1005 Backup Sensors
Aug 07, 2005 (12:42 am)
Hey guys, a while ago maybe a year ago or so there was some discussion of backup sensors. I remember I was totally ragging on them. Well they came standard on my Armada and I have found them to be outstanding for use when parrallel parking or just about any backup manuver. Wanted to come back and just let you guys know I've seen the light.
#777 of 1005 Re: Backup Sensors [paisan]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Aug 07, 2005 (10:26 am)
That's good to hear Mike. Sometimes it's just more fun to rag on stuff though.
Interesting reading about what you're doing to your Armada with the computer install btw.
Aug 10, 2005 (8:13 pm)
Earlier today I wanted to replace a burnt out light on my clock.. By mistake the ground wire that is connected to a clip that plugs into to clock came out n touched with the grey wire. Sooner or later I noticed that none of my lights on my instrument cluster were working neither the lights on the radio nor the comfort controls. I also noticed that when i check all the fuses to the instrument cluster they were all in woking condition, none of the fuses were burnt out..After checking the fuses i notice the radio illumination would come on but when i turned on the parking lights they would turn off... My truck is totally dark inside..why is that or how can i fix this problem?? Can someone plz help me with this electrical problem..
Aug 11, 2005 (7:17 am)
my truck is a 2002 Cadillac Escalade 6.0.. Caddy's are so weird to fix