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Warning Lights Explained
Cadillac is a brand of luxury vehicles owned by General Motors.
Cadillac was founded in 1902 and has since grown to be one of the most successful brands in the world. However, it wasn’t always this way- Cadillac had seen its fair share of tough times before becoming popular today.
Cadillac warning lights are used to warn drivers if their systems need attention, such as an oil change or high tire pressure.
Cadillac has a full list of all its warning indicators available on its website but you can find the meaning behind many of them on this page.
These dashboard symbols can be hard to understand a first but by cross-referencing them here you can learn about their meanings.
If you experience any issues with your car while driving, be sure to pull over in a safe area and check for these lights.
Cadillac started out as a Michigan-based mining equipment company that later added an automotive division. In 1899, the company was reorganized as the Cadillac Motor Company by Henry Leland. The first Cadillac car was sold in 1902.
In 1915, the company introduced electric lighting to car headlights. In 1916, Cadillac was acquired by General Motors Corporation (GM).
This allowed Cadillac to expand into all aspects of the automotive industry.
In 1965, Cadillac introduced a new design for their cars with squarer-edged corners. This was in response to the growing popularity of more rounded automobiles at the time, such as those manufactured by Ford.
Cadillac has also introduced many new safety features over the years. The first car with seat belts rolled off its assembly line in 1959.
In 1962, they made the automatic transmission standard on all models and in 1966, they introduced a new braking system that used both front and rear brakes.
In 1969, Cadillac began using airbags in some of its cars.
In 1971 the company made all seat belts mandatory on every car sold within the United States.
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