I like educating the ignorant, just means you did not know. But I don't educate the stupid, let's see which category you fall under.________________ Hypocritical statement, Eh? Everyday is a valuable lesson, pay attention, you may learn something. You started that #$%$ about the vehicle you owned so show the link. Bowties forever!!
"This isn't the first time cobra raised his issue. Instead of continuing to rehash old news, let's move on. I'm bored now and refuse to continue."
Geez, I'm with you. Two minutes on the internet and you find out that there was a government investigation, a TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) issued, but no recall.
I guess these guys just like to argue with no apparent desire to find the truth. Sounds like the US Congress doesn't it? Sorry to spoil your fun boys, continue arguing if you want. Maybe you now want to argue if a TSB constitutes a recall (it doesn't).
cobra, you are a typical GM basher, who tries to make GM look bad. The problem with the aforementioned Cadillac was primarily related to wheel hop when attempting to launch at high RPM's, as in a drag race type start. Most of these vehicles had after market modifications, that resulted in dramatic HP increases. This was far from an engineering problem as you would like us to believe. And that is the rest of the story! Bowties forever!!