The path to a smooth-running Caddy starts with a regular maintenance routine and fast fixes for any repairs. This can add up fast when you visit a professional mechanic, so learn to tackle some of it on your own with the help of this Cadillac CTS/CTS-V repair manual by Haynes. The guide covers all models from 2003-2014, so it's a great resource for those who want to work on more than one car. Plus, you'll find that with this Hayne repair manual, Cadillac CTS 2003-2014 models are suddenly not as daunting as you once thought. Most customers are pleasantly surprised to see just how handy they can be with the right manual in hand.
This Cadillac CTS/CTS-V repair manual is a much better resource than the hit-or-miss advice you'll find by searching the web. Instead of trusting the search engine, get a reliable and easy-to-use resource for all your Cadillac repair needs. This manual covers the Cadillac CTS/CTS-V coupes, sedans and sport wagons powered by the following engines:
- 2.8L V6 engine
- 3.0L V6 engine
- 3.2L V6 engine
- 3.6L V6 engine
- 5.7L V8 engine
- 6.0L V8 engine
- 6.2L V8 engine
* Note: Transmissions offered include a 5- or a 6-speed transmission, either manual or automatic.
NOTE: This Haynes Cadillac CTS / CTS-V repair manual does not include information specific to All-Wheel Drive (AWD) models or turbocharged models.
Book Excerpt: 2003-2014 Cadillac CTS, CTS-V Repair Manual
5.7L, 6.0L AND 6.2L V8 ENGINES
SUPERCHARGER (6.2L ENGINE) | REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
WARNING: Wait until the engine is completely cool before beginning this procedure.
- Disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal (see Chapter 5).
- Remove the front engine cover fasteners, then remove the cover. Remove the rear cover fasteners, lift the rear cover up and remove it from the vehicle.
- Raise the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands and remove the splash shield.
- Remove the charge air cooler reservoir cap. Place a drain pan under the charge air cooler radiator, then loosen the drain plug and drain the system.
NOTE: The charge air cooler (intercooler) drain plug is located on the passenger's side lower corner of the cooler, in front of the radiator.
- Disconnect the PCV vent tube from the air filter outlet duct.
- Disconnect the air filter outlet duct clamps and remove the duct from the air filter housing and the throttle body.
- Remove the supercharger drivebelt (see Chapter 1).
- Remove the barometric pressure (BARO) sensor (see Chapter 6).
- Remove the throttle body, fuel rail and injectors as an assembly (see Chapter 4).
NOTE: This Step is not absolutely necessary unless you are servicing one of the individual components; if not, leave them installed and remove them as an assembly with the supercharger.
- Disconnect the charge air cooler coolant inlet and outlet line clamps and remove the hoses from the rear of the cooler and the cooler pipe.
- Disconnect the electrical connectors to the charge air cooler cover.
- Remove the charge air cooler cover bolts in the reverse order of the tightening sequence (see illustration 16.25) and remove the cover and gasket. Note: Do not reuse the charge air cooler cover gasket.
- Remove the charge air cooler insulator from the supercharger and cover the opening to prevent dirt from getting on the rotors.
- Remove the supercharger-to-cylinder head bolts in the reverse order of the tightening sequence (see illustration 16.22).
Install special tool EN-48898 to the supercharger, then attach engine hoist to the special tool and remove the supercharger.
Subject: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Cadillac CTS and CTS-V service, maintenance, repair. ISBN-10: 1620922401 | ISBN-13: 9781620922408 | Haynes 21015