Cadillac Escalade 2002-2006 Workshop Manual. Wiring diagram

Repair manual Cadillac Escalade 2002-2006 in electronic form. Wiring diagrams, diagnostics, repair of the engine, suspension, gearbox, the Manual will always be at hand during the maintenance and repair of the car, for this it is enough to download it for free on a tablet or phone in pdf format. The manual is divided into blocks to make it easier to find the right section.


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Generators & Regulators Download
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Engine Mechanical 4.8L, 5.3L, & 6.0L (Unit Repair) (29 Mb) Download
Exterior Trim Download
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Interior Trim Download
Starters Download
Differentials & Axle Shafts – Front – “K” Series Download
Computer Relearn Procedures Download
System Wiring Diagram Download


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Automatic Transmissions Servicing Download
Suspension – Automatic Level Control Download
Automatic Transmission, 4L60-E/4L65-E (Troubleshooting) Download
Bumpers Download
Cruise Control Download
Stationary Windows Download
Disc Brakes Download
Doors Download
Drive Axle – Locking/Limited Slip Download
Specifications & Drive Belt Routing – “C” & “K” Series Download
Propeller Shaft Download
Electrical Component Locator Download
Electronic Suspension Control (ESC) Download
Engine Cooling Download
Engine Electrical Download
Engine Exhaust Download
Entertainment Download
Frame & Underbody Download
Front Drive Axle Download
Front Suspension Download
Fuses & Circuit Breakers Download
Garage Door Opener Download
Horns Download
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Download
Hydraulic Brakes Download
Instrument Panel, Gages & Console Download
Interior Trim Download
Keyless Entry Download
Lighting Systems (Troubleshooting) Download
Maintenance & Lubrication Download
Navigation Systems Download
Automatic Transmission – Overhaul – 4L60-E/4L65-E Download
Park Brake Download
Rear Drive Axle Download
Rear Suspension Download
Rear Wheel Steering Download
Roof Download
Seats Download
Steering Wheel & Column Download
Steering Linkage (Non-Rack & Pinion) Download
Wheel Drive Shafts Download
Power Steering System Download
Steering Wheel and Column Download
Transfer Case – Overhaul – BW 4481-NR3 Download
Wipers/Washer Systems Download


Cadillac Escalade. The first SUV in the luxury department of General Motors Corp. for 96 years. Outwardly – except for the emblem of Cadillac – no different from the Chevrolet Tahoe or GMC Yukon. In the basic configuration, it costs $46,525 in the US. Why so many – per truck?



In order to objectively treat the Cadillac Escalade, one must take into account the circumstances under which this car was born. More recently, the leaders of General Motors Corp. confidently stated that Cadillac would never produce an SUV, even a luxury one – this was indecent.


There was no talk of competing with imported Lexus LX470, Mercedes ML or Range Rover – this is a different category, including price. The main competitor was Ford with its Expedition model. General Motors strategists thought that the Yukon Denali, a “dressed up” version of the Chevrolet Tahoe/GMC Yukon, could also compete with the Expedition in the luxury off-road class.


They were probably right at the time. But soon the Lincoln Navigator appeared, which began to snap up almost faster than they had time to bake. In addition, every Ford Motor Co. earned fifteen thousand. And very quickly the “never” of the leaders of General Motors turned into “why not” …


The fact that the Lincoln Navigator was the main “culprit” of the creation of the Cadillac Escalade involuntarily makes us compare the cars with each other – although in this case we will only talk about the Escalade. (The Lincoln Navigator test was published in “Motor” e11, 1997 – Ed.) This car is a great example of how some automakers are responding to public demands: “More SUVs, and right now …”.


The corporation emphasizes that Escalade was created in record time – 10 months. How did you manage? Even the most “nimble” world manufacturers take at least two years to develop a new car. The answer is simple: the Escalade is not a new car! It’s the same Yukon Denali that was supposed to be made by GMC and now is made by Cadillac. And if you “wash off the paint”, you will find the same cargo platform on which the full-size Tahoe, Yukon and Suburban are built …


At the first glance at the Escalade, for some reason, I remembered the old song by Roger Miller “King of the Road” – the car looks so confident. It differs from the “poor relatives” of the Chevrolet and GMC branches with lower body sidewalls, chrome-plated rims, a radiator lining with a coat of arms and “Cadillac” inscriptions on the sides – the largest that have ever been seen. But the car is big…


To get into the driver’s seat, you have to take a long step – up and sideways. Sitting down, you pay attention to the leather-wooden steering wheel a la Jaguar, polished wooden inserts on the dashboard and center console. The seats are lush, soft, like homemade chairs. Perhaps too soft for my taste.


The Escalade’s leather upholstery is probably the coolest I’ve ever seen. It’s perforated leather like the seats on the Seville Touring Sedan. She not only breathes, but also emits a wonderful aroma. However, almost any new car smells good.


Didn’t like the seat adjustment. It is regulated properly, but the corresponding controls are located on the outer sidewall of the pillow almost at the floor, and it is very difficult to reach them when the door is closed. The button for turning on the heated seat can only be found if you open the door and look down, but it is easy to touch it in search of other adjustments. By the way, the heating only works when the seat belt is fastened.


The front panel is almost completely migrated from its predecessors. It is easy to reach all handles and buttons, everything is clear and functional.


The visibility from the driver’s seat is excellent, forward and on the sides – due to the high landing, back – thanks to the large side mirrors.


The rear seats are no less luxurious than the front ones, but their cushions are a little short, and getting back is not easy – the doors are narrow at the bottom. The outer seats (those located closer to the doors) are electrically heated – the middle passenger will be heated by the neighbors. There are headrests, and individual lighting, and ventilation and music control panels. Only now the rear side windows are lowered only a third of the way. Why?


In general, the interior design and the quality of the materials used are quite consistent with the cost of the car, especially the leather seats and the “mohair” upholstery of the ceiling. And the Escalade is already equipped to the fullest – no options are offered, everything is included in the standard package (although you can choose the color of the body). But there are shortcomings. The plastic overhead console from Tahoe/Yukon looks weird on a luxury car, and it didn’t match the color. The power window buttons do not have an automatic mode – you have to keep the button pressed to close the window. The OnStar navigation system and two CD players (single and store) were installed, and the air conditioner was the most ordinary, with “manual” control. Saved? Or “very fast”?


The luggage compartment of the Escalade has a very impressive volume – almost the same as that of the Navigator, and much larger than that of the Range Rover or Mercedes ML430 (strictly speaking, it is not entirely correct to compare the trunk volumes of Escalade and Navigator, the latter has three rows of seats for 7 people, and the Escalade has two for five).

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