63,900 sedans from 2012 through 2014 impacted
Cadillac is recalling about 63,900 XTS sedans over an problem with the brake booster pump. The firm believes that the brake booster pump can produce positive stress within the wiring harness connected to the pump relay, and this pressure can dislodge a cavity plug in the relay and allow corrosive aspects to enter the connector, making a resistive short. Cadillac believes that this could lead to overheating and melting of plastic parts, and might cause a fire in the engine compartment.
The vehicles affected in this recall were manufactured from February 14, 2012, by way of March 7, 2014. Cadillac is now in the approach of contacting owners of affected vehicles. A correct will be implemented at the dealer level totally free of charge, and will involve application of sealant to the connector cavity plugs, as nicely as the rerouting of the vacuum pump vent hose. The fix will also involve the substitute of the front physique wiring harnesses.
Cadillac is keen to level out that no fires have followed as a outcome of this problem. Nonetheless, Standard Motors is not taking any odds following current substantial profile recalls.
For additional information, owners can contact Cadillac at 1-866-982-2339, or and the National Highway Targeted traffic Security Administration at one-888-327-4236.
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