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Hi, What was the issue with the car shutting itself down while driving? I have a CTS and having the same issue.Report it
emcculland...well, after numerous trips to the dealership--8 since my purchase in January--it was determined that the ECM and the throttle body both needed to be replaced. The dealership replaced both and reprogrammed, at a cost of nearly $1800. Now, the last time it caused problems after the parts were replaced, the same problems had returned. It showed symptoms of hard shifting, so I drove slower to avoid the car going into 'limp mode'. When the car was sent back to the dealership, they checked the wiring harness--which they had replaced when they replaced the throttle body. They determined that the wiring was not getting a significant connection through the crimp connectors, so they removed those and hard-wired everything. So far, so good. But now I'm trying to determine another issue with the coolant recovery tank.Report it
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