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  • Cadillac CTS Power Steering Pump - 20806165
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    2009-2015 Cadillac CTS Pump Assembly, P/S

    Part Number: 20806165

    Other Name: PUMP, Power Steering; Power Steering PumpReplaces: 25936422

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    • 2009-2015 Cadillac CTS | V 2 DOOR COUPE, V 4 DOOR, V 4 DOOR SEDAN, V 4 DOOR WAGON | 6 Cyl 3.0L, 6 Cyl 3.6L, 8 Cyl 6.2L
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  • Cadillac CTS Power Steering Pump - 21997867
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    2004-2007 Cadillac CTS Pump Assembly, P/S

    Part Number: 21997867

    Other Name: PUMP, Power Steering; Power Steering PumpReplaces: 25767200

    Your Price: $147.82

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    • 2004-2007 Cadillac CTS | V 4 DOOR | 6 Cyl 3.2L, 8 Cyl 5.7L, 8 Cyl 6.0L
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  • Cadillac CTS Power Steering Pump - 25770107
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    2004-2007 Cadillac CTS Pump,P/S

    Part Number: 25770107

    Other Name: PUMP, Power Steering; Power Steering Pump

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    • 2004-2007 Cadillac CTS | 4 DOOR, 4 DOOR RHD, 4 DOOR(RHD), V 4 DOOR | 6 Cyl 2.8L, 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Cadillac CTS Power Steering Pump - 25756609
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    2003-2004 Cadillac CTS Pump,P/S

    Part Number: 25756609

    Other Name: PUMP, Power Steering; Power Steering PumpReplaces: 25683329

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    • 2003-2004 Cadillac CTS | 4 DOOR, 4 DOOR RHD, 4 DOOR(RHD), V 4 DOOR | 6 Cyl 3.2L
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  • Cadillac CTS Power Steering Pump - 15224339
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    2008-2014 Cadillac CTS Pump Assembly, P/S

    Part Number: 15224339

    Other Name: PUMP, Power Steering; Power Steering Pump

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    • 2008-2014 Cadillac CTS | 2 DOOR COUPE, 4 DOOR, 4 DOOR SEDAN, 4 DOOR STATION WAGON, 4 DOOR WAGON | 6 Cyl 3.0L, 6 Cyl 3.6L
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  • Cadillac CTS Power Steering Pump - 25914590
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    2008-2014 Cadillac CTS Pump Assembly, P/S

    Part Number: 25914590

    Other Name: PUMP, Power Steering; Power Steering Pump

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    • 2008-2014 Cadillac CTS | 2 DOOR COUPE, 4 DOOR, 4 DOOR (RHD), 4 DOOR RHD, 4 DOOR SEDAN, 4 DOOR SEDAN(RHD), 4 DOOR STATION WAGON, 4 DOOR STATION WAGON(RHD), 4 DOOR WAGON, 4 DOOR WAGON(RHD) | 6 Cyl 3.0L, 6 Cyl 3.6L
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See Engine Compartment Overview for the location of the

See Engine Compartment Overview for the location of the power steering fluid reservoir.

When to Check Power Steering Fluid

It is not necessary to regularly check power steering fluid unless you suspect there is a leak in the system or you hear an unusual noise. A fluid loss in this system could indicate a problem. Have the system inspected and repaired.

How to Check Power Steering Fluid

Notice: Extremely small amounts of contamination can cause steering system damage and cause it to not work properly.
Do not allow contaminants to contact the fluid side of the reservoir cap/dipstick or to enter the reservoir.

To check the power steering fluid:

1. Turn the key off and let the engine compartment cool down.

2. Wipe the cap and the top of the reservoir clean.

3. Unscrew the cap and wipe the dipstick with a clean rag.

4. Replace the cap and completely tighten it.

5. Remove the cap again and look at the fluid level on the dipstick.

The level should be between the HOT and COLD marks. If necessary, add only enough fluid to bring the level between the marks.

What to Use

To determine what kind of fluid to use, see Recommended Fluids and Lubricants.

Always use the proper fluid.

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Power Steering Fluid Service Service

How much does a Power Steering Fluid Service cost?

On average, the cost for a Cadillac CTS Power Steering Fluid Service is $111 with $16 for parts and $95 for labor. Prices may vary depending on your location.

CarServiceEstimateShop/Dealer Price
2004 Cadillac CTSV6-3.2LService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$146.87Shop/Dealer Price$172.34 - $209.38
2018 Cadillac CTSV6-3.6LService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$126.87Shop/Dealer Price$144.86 - $176.28
2019 Cadillac CTSV6-3.6LService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$126.87Shop/Dealer Price$144.86 - $176.28
2017 Cadillac CTSV6-3.6LService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$126.87Shop/Dealer Price$144.84 - $176.24
2017 Cadillac CTSV8-6.2L TurboService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$126.87Shop/Dealer Price$144.87 - $176.31
2017 Cadillac CTSL4-2.0L TurboService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$126.87Shop/Dealer Price$144.86 - $176.28
2006 Cadillac CTSV8-6.0LService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$131.87Shop/Dealer Price$157.13 - $194.01
2016 Cadillac CTSL4-2.0L TurboService typePower Steering Fluid ServiceEstimate$131.87Shop/Dealer Price$157.79 - $195.15

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What is power steering fluid all about?

Power steering fluid flows through the power steering hydraulic system. The system is pressurised by the power steering pump and by way of valves, plungers, or pistons decreases the effort needed by the driver to turn the steering wheel. When the pump stops pumping, the pressure drops and the power steering system loses its hydraulic pressure.

As components in the steering system wear, metal particles will contaminate the fluid, which will cause seals in the system to leak and components to eventually fail. Checking the fluid level and changing the fluid at regular intervals recommended by the manufacturer is important for the life of the hoses, pistons, valves, seals, and the power steering pump itself.

Keep in mind:

  • Pouring in the wrong fluid or overfilling the system can cause expensive damage. The mechanic will need to consult the vehicle owner's or service manual.
  • If the fluid is low, the mechanic will check the hoses, fittings, and clamps for leaks.

How it's done:

  • Empty the power steering reservoir
  • Fill with the correct type and quantity of new fluid
  • Bleed the power steering system/clean up any residual fluid
  • Test operation of power steering
  • Check for any power steering leaks

Our recommendation:

Consider getting a power steering flush once every 3-4 years.

What are the common symptoms indicating you need to replace the power steering fluid?

  • Groaning noise from the power steering pump or steering gear
  • Difficulty in turning the steering wheel
  • Contaminated fluid (brown/black)

How important is this service?

Changing your power steering fluid at manufacturer recommended intervals, will ensure continued system performance and extended service life. It is a part of scheduled maintenance services and will sae you the trouble of major repairs down the road.

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2006 CADILLAC CTS 3.6L HOW TO CHANGE POWER STEERING PRESSURE HOSE

How to Check | Add Power Steering Fluid Cadillac

What you will need

Procedure

  1. Locate the hood release underneath the dash of your Cadillac. Pull the lever until you hear the hood pop open.

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  2. Next, you need to release the hood safety latch at the front of the hood. Lift the hood and secure it. Cadillac  whining noise while turning, steering stiff, squaling, groaning noise
  3. Locate the power steering pump on your Cadillac. The power steering pump is mounted on the engine.  In this case, the power steering pump is located on the driver's side of the engine bay. If you are not sure, look it up in the owner's manual.cadillac power steering reservoir location
  4. Remove the cap counterclockwise. Inspect the current condition of the power steering fluid. You will notice a Low and Max mark if you look carefully at the side of the power steering fluid or the cap dipstick.
  5. If the current power steering level is below the minimum level, ad power steering fluid. 

How to Add Power Steering Fluid

If the power steering level is below the minimum mark, add power steering fluid to bring the Min and Max marks levels. Do not overfill.

  1. Drive your Cadillac for at least fifteen minutes to warm up the existing power steering fluid. (If the level is extremely low, add power steering fluid before the warm-up procedure.)
  2. Turn off the engine and set the emergency brakes. 
  3. Park your Cadillac on level ground and open the hood. The hood release is under the dashboard, driver's side. 
  4. Locate the power steering reservoir at the front of the engine. 
  5. Remove the cap from the power steering fluid reservoir. 
  6. Add power steering fluid until you bring the level between the Min and Max marks. 

This guide applies to Cadillac ATS, CTS, XTS, CT6, XT5, Escalade, SRX, DTS, STS, BLS, XLR.

Symptoms

Common symptoms that your power steering system fluid level is low: 

  • You hear a groaning noise when turning the steering wheel,
  • The steering wheel is difficult to turn,
  • Whining noise when turning the steering wheel,
  • Cadillac steering wheel is slow to respond,
  • Stiff steering wheel,
  • Squealing noise at startup

It is not recommended to drive your Cadillac with no power steering fluid in it. Not only will you hear a groaning noise and have a hard to turn the steering wheel, but you can burn the power steering pump as well

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Can you explain the power steering on the Cadillac CTS-V?

 

Variable-assist power steering A power steering system that uses valves and speed sensors to vary the amount of steering assist according to engine or road speed. At slow speeds more steering assist is delivered and steering the wheels is easier; necessary for parking, etc.. At higher speeds, steering assist is reduced and more steering effort is required to steer the car, giving the driver greater feel of the road. Also known as Speed-sensitive power steering.

Variable-ratio steering A steering system where the steering ratio is not constant through the movement of the steering. Typically the amount of tire movement will be slow (lower ratio) when the wheels are straight, which reduces jerky steering while cruising down the road. However, when turning sharp corners the ratio of steering changes resulting in greater turning at the front wheels for each turn of the steering wheel -- which increases maneuverability

GM MAGNASTEER

In 1996, a more sophisticated type of variable-assist power steering developed by Delphi Saginaw Steering Systems, named "Magnasteer," was introduced on: Buick Electra, Le Sabre, Park Avenue and Reatta; Cadillac Eldorado, Seville STS and DeVille Concours; Chevrolet Corvette; Oldsmobile Aurora; and Pontiac Bonneville. In 1997, Magnasteer became standard on all Cadillacs and has since been added to a wide range of other GM makes and models.

Unlike EVO power steering systems, Magnasteer does not use an orifice valve to reduce pressure to the steering gear. There's no solenoid or stepper motor involved. Instead, Magnasteer uses magnets to assist or resist steering input.

The Magnasteer control valve assembly is mounted on the steering rack in the same location as a regular control valve assembly on an ordinary power rack. Inside the base of the Magnasteer unit is a large electromagnetic coil. Just above the coil is an inner and outer pole assembly with a permanent magnet in the center. Steering feel is varied by changing the strength and polarity of the magnets, which in turn, is controlled by changing the pulse width and direction of the current to the coil.

On 1996 and 1997 applications, Magnasteer has its own separate control module. But on 1998 and newer applications, the Electronic Brake Control Module (EBCM), which also oversees the operation of the anti-lock brake system, handles the Magnasteer control function.

On most applications, the only input the control electronics uses for Magnasteer is the vehicle speed sensor. At zero mph, a negative current of approximately two to three amps flows to the Magnasteer coil. This causes the magnets to repel each other, which in turn allows more deflection in the torsion bar inside the spool valve assembly. This increases fluid flow through the spool valve to the steering gear for maximum power assist when it is needed most.

As vehicle speed increases, current flow to the Magnasteer coil is gradually reduced. At about 45 mph, current flow to the coil hits zero and Magnasteer has no effect on the amount of power assist (which is determined only by the torsion bar and pump flow).

Above 45 mph, the direction of current to the coil is reversed and continues to gradually increase up to a maximum of about three amps at 75 to 85 mph. Reversing the polarity of the coil causes the magnets to attract each other, which has the effect of stiffening the torsion bar. This reduces the amount of deflection in the torsion bar that normally occurs when the wheels are steered and causes an increase in steering effort for better road feel and high-speed steering stability.

On some Magnasteer systems, such as that used in the Corvette, the Electronic Brake Traction Control Module (EBTCM) also looks at input from a steering wheel position sensor to determine if more or less steering assist is needed under certain driving conditions. The main purpose here is to reduce oversteer by reducing assist when excessive G-forces are detected.

Compared to conventional power steering systems, Magnasteer gives the driver a much broader range of power assist with a smooth transition from low to high speed. What's more, the system can be recalibrated to modify steering feel using a Tech 2 or equivalent aftermarket scan tool. There are three settings: factory, firmer and less firm. Just follow the scan tool prompts and that's all there is to it.

In 1998, a second generation "Magnasteer MAGe" system was introduced on some GM vehicles. This version of the system does not use a permanent magnet, but uses a redesigned electromagnet that has one pole mounted on the input shaft and the other on the pinion shaft.

At low speed, there is no current flow through the electromagnetic coil. The level of steering assist depends solely on the calibration (stiffness) of the torsion bar. As speed increases, current flow to the coil is gradually increased up to a maximum of several amps to decrease assist and increase steering effort. Magnasteer MAGe uses vehicle speed as its only input, so there are no changes in steering effort during sudden steering maneuvers.

DIAGNOSIS

Problems with electronic variable-assist systems include all of the same things that can go wrong with a conventional power steering system (leaks, center wear in the steering gears, pump & hose failures, etc.), plus problems with the control electronics including the vehicle speed sensor circuit, the solenoid valve and control module. Accurate diagnosis, therefore, is essential to minimize warranty returns. Most of these systems provide diagnostic fault codes that can be accessed with a voltmeter, test light or scan tool to pinpoint the nature of the fault (if the fault is electronic rather than mechanical or hydraulic).

If power to the solenoid or control valve actuator is lost, the valve keeps the bypass circuit closed so full power assist is provided under all driving conditions. The only indication of trouble, therefore, might be a loss of road feel and/or increased steering sensitivity at highway speeds.

It's important to remember that variable-rate power steering only reduces the amount of pressure that reaches the steering gear at higher road speeds. The only way it could reduce power assist at low speed would be in the unlikely event the actuator or solenoid valve failed in the open position. This could cause a noticeable reduction or loss of power assist.

On GM's Magnasteer racks, loss of current to the magnetic coils would cause a loss of power assist at low speed. Coil resistance can be checked with an ohmmeter, and should read about two ohms. An infinite (open) reading indicates a bad coil (requires replacing the rack since the coils are not serviceable). Checking for shorts between both sides of the coil assembly and rack housing is also recommended.

The system does have self-diagnostic capability, but there is only one fault code: C1241 (Magnasteer circuit malfunction). The code is set if the module detects an open or a short in the coil circuit. If this code is present, the Magnasteer system is disabled and will not vary the steering effort as vehicle speed changes. The C1241 body code can be read with a Tech 2 or equivalent scan tool. The Tech 2 tool can also be used to perform a Magnasteer function test. The test varies the current to the coil so you can check for a change in steering effort when turning the steering wheel.

Replacement racks for variable-assist power steering applications are available with or without an EVO control solenoid. As long as the original EVO control solenoid is working OK, it can be removed and installed on the replacement rack to save your customer a few bucks. There's no need to replace the whole rack if only the EVO solenoid valve is defective.

On GM Magnasteer applications, the whole rack must be replaced if the rack or control unit is defective because the Magnasteer unit is part of the rack. Handle with care because the permanent magnets inside the Magnasteer valve assembly and connector are fragile and can be easily damaged.

 

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