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#25 of 261 Re: We need your support... [nepcar]
Oct 09, 2008 (5:28 am)
I took my 2004 SRX to a Cadillac dealer and they could not find any codes in the computer. Drove the car to 50 miles and could not reproduce the problem. I showed them this discussion thread and I asked them to replace the Steering Wheel Sensor. A day after the sensor was repaced the problem came back. I went to another Cadillac dealer and they immediately told me that the problem is due to the steering wheel sensor. I told them that I just had it replaced a day earlier but the problem was still present. After about 3 hours of checking the car they looked at the wiring harness and repositioned them. After that we drove the car 100 miles and the "Stability System Engaged" message did not turn on. It has been 2 days and I have not seen the "Stability System Engaged" message. Hoefully the combination of the sensor replacement and wire harness connector repositioning fixed this proble.
#26 of 261 Update on Message #25
Oct 11, 2008 (6:58 pm)
It has been 5 days since my steering wheel sensor was replaced and 4 days since the wiring harness was repositioned. The mesage has not appeared except once this today. The car's handling also appear to be more stable. Hopefully the two fixes completely eliminates the observed problem....
Dec 16, 2008 (6:00 am)
For Eduardo. Could the Stability control have anything to do with premature brake pad wear on both axles? Mine is a 2007 SRX 8 cyl. My front and rear pads were worn out at 32K mi. Typically I get 55K to 60K on front pads and well over 100K on rear pads.
#28 of 261 Shifting Problem
Dec 23, 2008 (4:57 pm)
I have a 2007 SRX4 V6 with 14,000 miles on it. Every since I have had it I have had a problem with it shifting. About a month after I got it, I bought it new, I took it back for this problem and was told they did some kind of adjustment because many of the numbers were way off when it shifted. I was told by the service manager to "punch it" every now and then when taking off, and not to "baby" it, to help keep things operating correctly. I still have this problem, even after punching it! Sometimes at speeds of 35 to70 the RPMs still run at 2.5 to 3.5 RPMs. I've even had it up to 80-85 and my RPM's go up to 5 or 6 and stay there. Even if I do get it to shift properly and the RPM's to be under 2 with the cruise set at 55-65, if I break the cruise and slow down to 40mph or so, when I resume the cruise, the RPM's go back up to 2.5 or 3 stay there.
Has anyone else had this problem or can you offer me some suggestions? What should I tell the dealer to look for? It is going in next week for this problem again.
I also have a "squeaking" sound in the steering when turning the wheel left or right. Any suggestions for that??
#29 of 261 2004 SRX Stability System
Dec 24, 2008 (8:54 am)
My SXR has the problem of the stability system engaging or showing service system. I had the car serviced and to replace a head light and after that is when the problem started.I live in Ariz. and went calif in oct. on the way back I had the cruise control on and the stability system engaged and I almost lost control of the car. When I got back home I called my service rep. He suggested I check the tire pressure, they were all off. I corrected that, but the issue still came up. I talked to guy who is from N.J. that I met yesterday that has the same model as mine and he said his did the same thing and they replaced the steering wheel sensor. I called my service rep. and he said that most likely the sensor is the problem. If this is an issue with this model way do the dealer not info owners when this comes up, instead of telling them to check the tire pressure?
#30 of 261 SRX Stability System
Jul 16, 2009 (8:59 am)
My 2004 SRX has given me great service until recently. The stability system msg
start coming up a while back. I called the svc dept at the dealer and no one could
tell me what was the problem. Recently I took a trip South, and the trip there and back was absoutely nerve wrecking. I've loved my srx since I bought it new, but this was a very unpleasant experience. All I could think of was getting back home and parking it in the garage never to drive it again. Now I'm waiting to get it serviced because I don't know what kind of svc charges to expect. What I'm wondering is will I do any more damage if I continue to drive it? I love highway driving, but this put a damper on traveling for a while. I think this should have been a recall issue.
#31 of 261 Re: We need your support... [eduardo_ss]
Aug 15, 2009 (2:55 pm)
I drive a 2004 Cadillac SRX which prompts me to service stability system—what dose the stability system control? Should I be concern about losing control while driving?
#32 of 261 Re: We need your support... [mtsrx]
Aug 25, 2009 (9:35 am)
I have a 2004 SRX with the same problem. Have you learned anymore info about this?
#33 of 261 Re: We need your support... [newmancl1]
Aug 25, 2009 (9:43 am)
I do not have any new news except that my "Stability System Engaged" message as well as the car shifting to the left after making a grunting noise intermittently occurs in the morning on my way to work. The problem does not appear in the afternoon though.
#34 of 261 Re: 2004 SRX Stability System
Sep 09, 2009 (10:06 pm)
I am having the same problem with my 2004 SRX. I brought it into the dealer to have them check the stability sensor and they found the sensor switch(?) to be bad. That was in April, it is now September and they have no date of me getting my car back. The part is supposedly being redesigned and remanufactured! 6 months of a dealership rental car!! The part is not available and they have no idea when the part will be available. I am not sure what to do now? Any ideas? I have filed complaints with GM National customer service.