(Not enough information) 120 to 200 dollars per wheel.
Here are a few: * Mercury Grand Marquis; * Chevrolet Impala (some trim levels); * Buick Lucerne; Cadillac DTS; * Lincoln Town Car. I think that's about it -- I would love to know if there are others I have missed.
According to Cadillac, your vehicle's engine requires a special oil meeting GM Standard GM4718M and are identified as a synthetic oil. SAE 5W-30 is best for your engine.
There is no specific information on the CTS from General Motors, but on the Toyota website, they say it takes from 17 to 18 hours to build a car. Some of the jobs involved include stamping, assembly, and welding, as well as painting the car and inspecting it.
More than likely its the ( E.C.M) engine control modular, And has to be programed.
No since there is no need to add transmission fluid unless there is a leak and should take it to a dealer and there is also a fluid life indicator message
It may not have one. Some GM vehicles have sealed for life transmissions. Read your owner's manual or contact your local Cadillac dealer.
If you have one, you pay for it - up front and the repairs.
The check engine light coming on usually means that there is a problem in the emissions system. (including something as simple as your fuel cap being loose) If you take the car to Auto Zone, or Checker or any of the other major parts houses, they will read the computer codes for you at no charge....