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Cadillac Escalade Parts

To keep their car up and running is what every car owner wishes for! When any auto part goes out of order, the very first thing you would be concerned about is fixing it at the earliest opportunity. If you are a self-reliant Do-It-Yourselfer, you can replace your auto parts on your own and get your car back in working condition. When you are looking to buy replacement auto parts, we are here to aid in restoring your vehicle back to its original condition. Whether the faulty part that needs replacement is in a Cadillac Escalade like yours, or other makes such as BMW, Chevrolet or Plymouth, we have them all! Now, let's talk about your Escalade.

The Cadillac Escalade, which has been hitting the roads since 1999, is a full-size luxury SUV. The sole reason for the introduction of this model was to establish a strong presence for Cadillac in the SUV market, and compete with the increasing number of SUVs, especially the Lincoln Navigator. Cadillac was the brand's first notable vehicle in the SUV market. Cadillac was quite keen on introducing the Escalade as soon as possible to their customers, considering that the Navigator was a serious rival. When the Escalade was first introduced, it was designed based on the GMC Denali. In the next three years, by 2002, the Escalade received a design change that matched the brand's “art and science” theme.

The Escalade has been produced in four generations. The first and the fourth (current) generation of the Escalade are designed with a SUV body style. The second and third generations of the vehicle were designed with either an SUV or sport utility truck body style. Some of the significant features of the first-generation cars (1999–2000) include Auto-Trac selectable 4x4 and a surround system built by Bose Corporation. The Cadillac is notorious for being the most stolen brand in the United States.

Escalade A/C Accumulator/Drier
Escalade A/C Compressor
Escalade A/C Compressor and Components Kit
Escalade A/C Condenser
Escalade A/C Evaporator
Escalade A/C Expansion Device
Escalade A/C Hose - Other
Escalade A/C Hose High Side - Discharge
Escalade A/C Hose Low Side - Suction
Escalade ABS Control Module
Escalade ABS Speed Sensor
Escalade Air Filter
Escalade Air Intake Performance Kit
Escalade Alternator
Escalade Auto Trans Oil Pan
Escalade Axles and Axle Bearings
Escalade Ball Joint
Escalade Blower Motor
Escalade Brake Booster
Escalade Brake Drum
Escalade Brake Master Cylinder
Escalade Brake Pad and Rotor Kit
Escalade Brake Pad Kit - Front and Rear
Escalade Brake Pad Set
Escalade Brake Pressure Modulate Valve
Escalade Brake Rotor
Escalade Brake Rotor Set
Escalade Brake Shoe Set
Escalade Cat Back Performance Exhaust
Escalade Catalytic Converter CARB Approved
Escalade Catalytic Converter EPA Approved
Escalade CD or DVD Changer
Escalade Coil Spring Conversion Kit
Escalade Cold Air Intake Scoop
Escalade Control Arm
Escalade Control Arm Kit
Escalade Cooling Fan Assembly
Escalade Cylinder Head Gasket Sets
Escalade Differential Bearing Kits
Escalade Differential Cases and Spiders
Escalade Differential Pinion Yoke
Escalade Differential Small Parts and Seals
Escalade Differential Tools
Escalade Differential Traction Devices
Escalade Door Actuator
Escalade Drive Axle Front
Escalade Drive Axle Kit
Escalade Driveshaft
Escalade Electric Power Steering Rack
Escalade Engine Control Module ECM ECU
Escalade Engine Gasket Set - Rear Main Seal
Escalade Engine Gasket Set - Timing Cover
Escalade Engine Gasket Set - Valve Cover
Escalade Engine Oil Pan Gasket Set
Escalade Engine Tuner
Escalade Entertainment Player
Escalade Exhaust Manifold Gasket Set
Escalade Fan Blade
Escalade Fuel Injection Throttle Body Spacer
Escalade Fuel Injector
Escalade Fuel Injector Set
Escalade Fuel Pressure Regulator
Escalade Fuel Pump
Escalade Fuel Pump Assembly
Escalade Grille Insert
Escalade Headlight Assembly
Escalade Headlight Assembly Pair
Escalade Ignition Coil
Escalade Ignition Coil Set
Escalade Ignition Distributor
Escalade Inner Tie Rod End
Escalade Intake Manifold
Escalade Intake Manifold Gasket Set
Escalade Manifold Air Pressure Sensor
Escalade Mass Air Flow Meter
Escalade Mass Air Flow Sensor Probe
Escalade Miscellaneous
Escalade Miscellaneous Nuts and Bolts
Escalade Navigation Unit
Escalade Oil Filter
Escalade Outer Tie Rod End
Escalade Oxygen Sensor
Escalade Power Steering Gear Box
Escalade Power Steering Pump
Escalade Power Steering Rack
Escalade Powertrain Control Module PCM
Escalade Radiator
Escalade Radio or CD Player
Escalade Ring and Pinion Set
Escalade Seat Control Switch
Escalade Shock Absorber
Escalade Shock and Strut Set
Escalade Side View Mirror
Escalade Spider Injector
Escalade Starter
Escalade Strut
Escalade Suspension Compressor
Escalade Throttle Body
Escalade Tonneau Cover
Escalade Transfer Case
Escalade Transfer Case Encoder Motor
Escalade Transfer Case House
Escalade Transmission Assembly - Automatic
Escalade Water Pump
Escalade Water Pump and Cooling System Gaskets
Escalade Wheel Hub Assembly
Escalade Wheel Hub Assembly Kit
Escalade Window Motor Only
Escalade Window Regulator Only
Escalade Window Regulator with Motor

In 2002, the Cadillac EXT, a sport utility truck was introduced to compete with the Lincoln Blackwood. When cars of the second generation (2002–2006) were in production, the Platinum edition Escalade ESV was introduced in 2004. This car was the first to feature factory-installed 20-inch chrome wheels. Cars of the third generation (2007–2014) were equipped with an all-aluminum Vortec V8 engine, which is the first push-rod engine to include variable valve timing. It was the first time the technology was used in a mass-produced non-overhead cam engine.

Like most modern-day automobiles, the Escalade was also rolled out in a hybrid version. The Cadillac Escalade Hybrid was unveiled during the 2008 South Florida International Auto Show. The fourth-generation model was introduced in 2013 with the production commencing in 2014. The car is powered by the same V8 engine like the preceding generations, while the transmission is either an 8-speed or 6-speed automatic in the fourth-generation Escalade.

Cadillac is a division of General Motors (GM), a world-renowned automotive giant. Cadillac was established by GM in 1902 to cater to the luxury vehicle market. Cadillac is one of the oldest automotive brands in the world. Its headquarters are located in New York, United States. From the initial years, the brand has been known for successfully incorporating advanced technologies in its vehicles. Cadillac was the first brand to win the Dewar Trophy from the Royal Automobile Club of England in 1908. The trophy was awarded since Cadillac successfully demonstrated the interchangeability of one of its component parts in a reliability test. After four years in 1912, Cadillac again won the Dewar Trophy for using electric starting and lighting in a production vehicle. Like other General Motor brands including Chevrolet and Buick, Cadillac's cars are known to raise the standards of the automotive market in terms of quality and performance.

With the automotive technology becoming more sophisticated, sensors are one part that have a significant role in any automotive system. In general, a sensor generates an output in response to a physical input such as a change in tire pressure or the amount of oxygen in the air-fuel mixture. With all sensors in an automotive system being crucial, the one that has a significant impact on the efficiency of the engine is the oxygen sensor. The amount of unburnt oxygen in the exhaust is sensed by the oxygen sensor. This helps the Engine Control Unit (ECU) regulate the amount of fuel sent to the engine. Some sensors also help ensure the safety of your vehicle, such as the speed sensors in the anti-lock braking system (ABS). These sensors sense the speed of all the four wheels, which is then transmitted to the ABS system. Since the speeds of all the four wheels are monitored, any condition that might cause a loss in traction can be prevented. All the sensors or kits you need for your Escalade are available in our inventory!