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ERNIE02
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Hi,, I Have Another Question About My 2012 Cadillac Escalade

Very often but not always( not consistent) when I come home drive into garage and get out leaving my keys in it I will walk away 10 to 15 feet and my doors lock, but if I open my rear door to get my...

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attyboy
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Engine Missing Between 40-70 Mph

When traveling 40-70 mph and I accelerate the engine seems to be missing or hesitateing?

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ghostface
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Can 2003 Escalade Seats Work And Mount Up Electrically With And In An 2002 ...

Electrically, the seats are different and none of the electrical wiring plug up together. Is there a way to mount the 2003 Escalade seats electrically in a 2002 Escalade.

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Prof49
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Re: Escalade And Yukon Denali: Does Anyone Know Why There Is A Defogger On ...

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Vair68
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My Brakes Make A Whoosh Sound When Applied

Rear brake dragging brakes make a Whoosh sound when applied

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About the Cadillac Escalade

From its humble introduction in 1999, the Cadillac Escalade emerged as one of the most heralded vehicles in popular culture.  The full-size, 4 door SUV gets props in the hood, on the street, and in front of the club.  Drive one and expect an automatic upgrade in your rep.

The first edition of the Escalade featured a 5.7 L, 255 hp V8 powertrain.  2002 marked an upgrade to a 5.3 L, 285 hp basic V8 with an option to move up to 6.0 L and 345 hp.  Those seeking a medium level engine got their wish in 2004 with the introduction of the 5.3 L, 295 hp V8.  Sales plateaued a bit in 2006 and prompted a beefier 6.2 L, 403 hp V8 engine with 6 speed automatic transmission.  

That said, the Escalade gets a reputation as a bit of a gas guzzler.  Expect to get around 13 mpg in the city and 20 on the highway.  In any case, pick up this stylish SUV for the smooth ride and the ability to take 7 passengers on a journey you won't soon forget.