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    This is the kind of advice you get from someone...

    This is the kind of advice you get from someone who sells parts and knows next-to-nothing about the vehicle architecture.

    The cover in the front of the bumper is for the Adaptive Cruise Control,...
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    Maybe this will help: ...

    Maybe this will help:

    https://www.xlr-net.com/forums/cadillac-xlr-technical-discussion/9106-quick-fix-for-intermittent-and-dead-door-switch-pads.html?highlight=membrane+switch

    CC
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    Sensitive wheel hub sensors will call this...

    Sensitive wheel hub sensors will call this (intermittent) problem.
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    The Top Position Sensor is behind the vinyl cover...

    The Top Position Sensor is behind the vinyl cover on the driver's side, just behind the head rest. The Front Tonneau sensor is between the linkages in the center of the front wall of the trunk.
    ...
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    Sensors are available. Front Tonneau is...

    Sensors are available.

    Front Tonneau is directly behind the seats, Rear Tonneau (aka Rear Closeout Panel) is forward of the Rear Decklid.
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    Someone here recommended Rhino ramps to me many...

    Someone here recommended Rhino ramps to me many years ago, and they work great for the XLR!

    They're included in this comparo video. Available all over, so shop around for the best prices if...
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    AFL system positioning for the XLR is determined...

    AFL system positioning for the XLR is determined by vehicle speed and the Steering Wheel Position sensor. Unfortunately, there are no sensors to measure road curves in this vehicle. (Cadillac's...
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    Rear Tonneau sensor is a likely culprit, since...

    Rear Tonneau sensor is a likely culprit, since it's the last component to operate before the Rear Decklid closes during a Folding Top Close operation.

    Recommend performing another Re-learn and...
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    No HUD turn-by-turn navigation cues were...

    No HUD turn-by-turn navigation cues were installed on the XLR.
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    Internal module hardware addresses were not...

    Internal module hardware addresses were not included in the XLR factory service manuals. Including them in the Corvette manuals attests to the popularity, (and larger sales footprint) of the...
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    Help! GM dealerships have connector repair kits for...

    GM dealerships have connector repair kits for most late model vehicles. Parts are available online too. Here's one source for the entire connector: 12110114 Connectors | Mouser

    Do be aware that...
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    If no operation and no DIC msg, verify all...

    If no operation and no DIC msg, verify all top-related fuses. If the same symptoms persist, verify the Folding Top Contol Switch is working.

    CC
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    "I will be spending my time and resources helping...

    "I will be spending my time and resources helping them' SO "so long xlr "

    This is the most welcome quote I've had the pleasure to view in eleven years on this forum. MT trolled this forum from...
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    The turn signal has nothing to do with the...

    The turn signal has nothing to do with the Distance Sensing Cruise Control, other than they both use 12 vdc power. If the outer cover is clean, the problem is likely one of three things:

    1) Faulty...
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    I've posted detailed descriptions of the Folding...

    I've posted detailed descriptions of the Folding Top operation. Read through them using the search function and if you still have a question that isn't covered, post back and it will get answered.
    ...
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    Had the same issue. The nylon washers to fix it...

    Had the same issue. The nylon washers to fix it cost less than fifty cents. I've attached a few pics to help; the vette write-up works well. The seat is deceptively heavy, so cover the sill to...
  17. Steering wheel position for exit and entry is...

    Steering wheel position for exit and entry is retained in the driver door module under the seat. Check the connector under the steering column first.
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    Correct. One set of noises is the AC rolling...

    Correct. One set of noises is the AC rolling film mode door, and the click heard when depressing the brake pedal is the transmission shift lock solenoid.

    CCC :wave:
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    Add OEM air assist struts (P/N 88956655) for the...

    Add OEM air assist struts (P/N 88956655) for the rear deck lid to the Discontinued list.

    Aftermarket struts are still available here: Sachs SG330112 Gas Charged Trunk Lift Support

    At this...
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    This could be an issue related to the RAP...

    This could be an issue related to the RAP (Retained Accessory Power) circuit.

    Under normal conditions, certain power functions are disabled after a ten-minute delay when the ignition is turned...
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    Why did you replace a good fuse and then suspect...

    Why did you replace a good fuse and then suspect the switch? A fuse is very easy to check.

    Guessing won't fix the problem until you get lucky and replace the faulty part. You could easily make...
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    Select "Y" body with the correct year and you're...

    Select "Y" body with the correct year and you're in. If you don't know what something is, don't experiment if it will be writing to a module. Reading module data is fine, and there's a lot to read....
  23. A cable is a normal wear-and-tear item. When was...

    A cable is a normal wear-and-tear item. When was the last time it was inspected? Or lubricated? Ever? An attorney who graduated at the bottom of his class would destroy your argument without...
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    Do be aware (if you plan on replacing the DSCC...

    Do be aware (if you plan on replacing the DSCC module yourself) that there's a special Kent-Moore tool to mechanically align the module when it's replaced.

    CC :wave:
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    Help! You'll get a far better response to your...

    You'll get a far better response to your questions by posting questions in the appropriate Technical section. This area is marked as, "Site Help and Feedback" meaning it's for issues and help with...
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