9th Aug 2005, 21:03
I purchased a 2004 Cadillac Seville SLS with very low mileage back in February 2005. After taking it home I notice an unusual amount of vibration in the tires at speeds over 60 miles per hour. I have since had the car back to the dealer three times and they cannot seem to stop the vibration. The car has less than 10,000 miles and has the Michelin Symmetry tires. Can anyone give me a reasonable explanation. I love the car, but cannot stand driving it at high speeds on the interstate.
25th Nov 2005, 21:47
I just bought a 2000 Cadillac STS. Perfectly smooth on the highway, it came with Goodyear Eagle LS's if this any help.
28th Mar 2010, 10:40
I own a 2000 Cadillac STS, which has the vibration problem between 65mph thru 76mph. When she gets to 80+mph, she rides like a dream, but my ticket count keeps me shaking like the rest of you that have this problem.
I also have a 95 Olds Aurora and a 99 Olds Aurora, all have the same problem, but I did solve it on the 95 Aurora by purchasing Michelin's mvx+4 tires, which cost me $950 back in 1999, that's why I got the other Aurora, but guess what, Michelin no longer makes them, so that one will shake forever, that's how I got the Caddy and "BAM" same problem.
Whoever has the connections with GM to get this problem on the recall list, please do it because I will not purchase another large GM Sports Luxary Sedan until something is resolved.
Thanks for lending me your ear.
29th Dec 2010, 01:53
I just purchased a 2000 SLS, and I too have the vibration problem. I had the tires rotated, and it helped a little, but I still notice the problem. Did almost everything I can think of, but don't have all the money to take it in all the time. It's a really nice car, and I love it, but it's high maintenance. Uses a lot of oil; about quart every 1000 miles, but other than that, great car. Plenty of power options there, and it's a good car.