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2005 Cadillac Escalade/Escalade ESV Owner Manual M
Seats and Restraint Systems ........................... 1-1
Driving Your Vehicle ....................................... 4-1
Front Seats
............................................... 1-3
Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle
..... 4-2
Rear Seats
............................................... 1-8
Towing
................................................... 4-53
Safety Belts
............................................. 1-28
Service and Appearance Care .......................... 5-1
Child Restraints
....................................... 1-48
Service
..................................................... 5-3
Airbag System
......................................... 1-72
Fuel
......................................................... 5-5
Restraint System Check
............................ 1-86
Checking Things Under
Features and Controls ..................................... 2-1
the Hood
............................................. 5-10
Keys
........................................................ 2-3
All-Wheel Drive
........................................ 5-45
Doors and Locks
....................................... 2-8
Rear Axle
............................................... 5-46
Windows
................................................. 2-14
Front Axle
............................................... 5-47
Theft-Deterrent Systems
............................ 2-16
Headlamp Aiming
..................................... 5-48
Starting and Operating Your Vehicle
........... 2-18
Bulb Replacement
.................................... 5-51
Mirrors
.................................................... 2-30
Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement
......... 5-59
OnStar® System
...................................... 2-35
Tires
...................................................... 5-60
HomeLink® Transmitter
............................. 2-37
Appearance Care
..................................... 5-99
Storage Areas
......................................... 2-41
Vehicle Identification
............................... 5-107
Sunroof
.................................................. 2-45
Electrical System
.................................... 5-108
Vehicle Personalization
............................. 2-46
Capacities and Specifications
................... 5-119
Instrument Panel ............................................. 3-1
Maintenance Schedule ..................................... 6-1
Instrument Panel Overview
.......................... 3-4
Maintenance Schedule
................................ 6-2
Climate Controls
...................................... 3-22
Warning Lights, Gages, and Indicators
Customer Assistance and Information .............. 7-1
........ 3-31
Customer Assistance and Information
........... 7-2
Driver Information Center (DIC)
.................. 3-49
Reporting Safety Defects
........................... 7-12
Audio System(s)
....................................... 3-69
Index ................................................................ 1

Canadian Owners
A French language copy of this manual can be obtained
from your dealer or from:
Helm, Incorporated
P.O. Box 07130
Detroit, MI 48207
GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the GM Emblem, CADILLAC,
How to Use This Manual
the CADILLAC Crest & Wreath, and the names
ESCALADE ESCALADE/ESV are registered trademarks
Many people read the owner manual from beginning to
of General Motors Corporation.
end when they first receive their new vehicle. If this
This manual includes the latest information at the time it
is done, it can help you learn about the features
was printed. We reserve the right to make changes
and controls for the vehicle. Pictures and words work
after that time without notice. For vehicles first sold in
together in the owner manual to explain things.
Canada, substitute the name “General Motors of Canada
Limited” for Cadillac Motor Car Division whenever it
Index
appears in this manual.
Keep this manual in the vehicle, so it will be there if it is
A good place to quickly locate information about the
ever needed while you are on the road. If the vehicle
vehicle is the Index in the back of the manual. It is an
is sold, leave the manual in the vehicle.
alphabetical list of what is in the manual and the
page number where it can be found.
Litho in U.S.A.
Part No. 05ESCALADE A First Edition
© 2004 General Motors Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
ii

Safety Warnings and Symbols
You will also find a circle
with a slash through it in
There are a number of safety cautions in this book. We
this book. This safety
use a box and the word CAUTION to tell about things
symbol means “Do Not,”
that could hurt you if you were to ignore the warning.
“Do Not do this” or “Do Not
let this happen.”
{CAUTION:
These mean there is something that could hurt
you or other people.

In the caution area, we tell you what the hazard is.
Then we tell you what to do to help avoid or reduce the
hazard. Please read these cautions. If you do not,
you or others could be hurt.
iii

Vehicle Damage Warnings
Vehicle Symbols
Also, in this manual you will find these notices:
The vehicle has components and labels that use
symbols instead of text. Symbols are shown along
Notice: These mean there is something that could
with the text describing the operation or information
damage your vehicle.
relating to a specific component, control, message,
A notice tells about something that can damage the
gage, or indicator.
vehicle. Many times, this damage would not be covered
If you need help figuring out a specific name of a
by your vehicle’s warranty, and it could be costly. But
component, gage, or indicator, reference the following
the notice will tell what to do to help avoid the damage.
topics:
When you read other manuals, you might see
• Seats and Restraint Systems in Section 1
CAUTION and NOTICE warnings in different colors
or in different words.
• Features and Controls in Section 2
There are also warning labels on the vehicle.
• Instrument Panel Overview in Section 3
They use the same words, CAUTION or NOTICE.
• Climate Controls in Section 3
• Warning Lights, Gages, and Indicators in Section 3
• Audio System(s) in Section 3
• Engine Compartment Overview in Section 5
iv

These are some examples of symbols that may be found on the vehicle:
v

NOTES
vi

Section 1
Seats and Restraint Systems
Front Seats ......................................................1-3
Center Passenger Position .............................1-41
Power Seats ..................................................1-3
Rear Seat Passengers ..................................1-42
Power Lumbar ...............................................1-4
Rear Safety Belt Comfort Guides for Children
Heated Seats .................................................1-4
and Small Adults .......................................1-45
Heated and Cooled Seats ................................1-5
Safety Belt Extender .....................................1-47
Reclining Seatbacks ........................................1-6
Child Restraints .............................................1-48
Head Restraints .............................................1-7
Older Children ..............................................1-48
Rear Seats .......................................................1-8
Infants and Young Children ............................1-50
Rear Seat Operation .......................................1-8
Child Restraint Systems .................................1-54
Heated Seats ...............................................1-10
Where to Put the Restraint .............................1-57
Heated and Cooled Seats ..............................1-10
Top Strap ....................................................1-58
60/40 Split Bench Seat ..................................1-11
Top Strap Anchor Location .............................1-60
50/50 Split Bench Seat ..................................1-13
Lower Anchorages and Top Tethers for
Bench Seat ..................................................1-19
Children (LATCH System) ...........................1-62
Bucket Seats ...............................................1-25
Securing a Child Restraint Designed for the
Safety Belts ...................................................1-28
LATCH System .........................................1-64
Safety Belts: They Are for Everyone ................1-28
Securing a Child Restraint in a Rear Outside
Questions and Answers About Safety Belts ......1-32
Seat Position ............................................1-65
How to Wear Safety Belts Properly .................1-33
Securing a Child Restraint in a Center Rear
Driver Position ..............................................1-33
Seat Position ............................................1-67
Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy ..................1-40
Securing a Child Restraint in the Right Front
Right Front Passenger Position .......................1-41
Seat Position ............................................1-68
1-1

Section 1
Seats and Restraint Systems
Airbag System ...............................................1-72
Restraint System Check ..................................1-86
Where Are the Airbags? ................................1-74
Checking Your Restraint Systems ...................1-86
When Should an Airbag Inflate? .....................1-77
Replacing Restraint System Parts
What Makes an Airbag Inflate? .......................1-78
After a Crash ............................................1-87
How Does an Airbag Restrain? .......................1-78
What Will You See After an Airbag Inflates? .....1-79
Passenger Sensing System ............................1-80
Servicing Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle ...........1-85
Adding Equipment to Your Airbag-Equipped
Vehicle ....................................................1-86
1-2

Front Seats
Horizontal Control: This control adjusts the seat
cushion.
• Raise or lower the front of the seat by raising or
Power Seats
lowering the forward edge of the control. Raise
or lower the rear of the seat by raising or lowering
the rear edge of the control.
• Move the seat forward or rearward by moving the
whole control toward the front or toward the rear
of the vehicle.
• Lower or raise the entire seat cushion by moving
the whole control up or down.
Vertical Control: This control adjusts the seatback.
Move the reclining front seatback rearward or forward by
moving the control toward the rear or toward the front
of the vehicle. This adjusts the angle of the seatback.
For more information on the reclining seatbacks,
see Reclining Seatbacks on page 1-6.
The power seat controls are located on the outboard
Your vehicle may have a memory function which allows
edge of the front seats.
seat settings to be saved and recalled. See Memory
Seat on page 2-46
for more information.
1-3

Power Lumbar
To increase support, press and hold the top of the
control. To decrease support, press and hold the bottom
Your vehicle’s seats may be equipped with power
of the control. Let go of the control when the lower
lumbar.
seatback reaches the desired level of support.
Your vehicle may have a memory function which allows
You can increase or
seat settings to be saved and recalled. See Memory
decrease lumbar support
Seat on page 2-46 for more information.
in an area of the lower
seatback with this control,
Heated Seats
located on the outboard
sides of the front seat(s).
The buttons used to
control this feature are
located on the front doors.
The engine must be
running for the heated
seat feature to work.
To increase support, press and hold the front of the
control. To decrease support, press and hold the rear of
the control. Let go of the control when the lower
seatback reaches the desired level of support.
You can also reshape the side wing area of the lower
seatback for more lateral support.
To heat the entire seat, press the horizontal button with
the heated seat symbol. Press the button to cycle
through the temperature settings of high, medium and
low and to turn the heated seat off. Indicator lights
will glow to designate the level of heat selected, three
for high, two for medium, and one for low.
1-4

Document Outline

  • 2005 Cadillac Escalade/Escalade ESV Book TOC
  • Seats and Restraint Systems
    • Front Seats
      • Power Seats
      • Power Lumbar
      • Heated Seats
      • Heated and Cooled Seats
      • Reclining Seatbacks
      • Head Restraints
    • Rear Seats
      • Rear Seat Operation
      • Heated Seats
      • Heated and Cooled Seats
      • 60/40 Split Bench Seat
      • 50/50 Split Bench Seat
      • Bench Seat
      • Bucket Seats
    • Safety Belts
      • Safety Belts: They Are for Everyone
      • Questions and Answers About Safety Belts
      • How to Wear Safety Belts Properly
      • Driver Position
      • Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy
      • Right Front Passenger Position
      • Center Passenger Position
      • Rear Seat Passengers
      • Rear Safety Belt Comfort Guides for Children and Small Adults
      • Safety Belt Extender
    • Child Restraints
      • Older Children
      • Infants and Young Children
      • Child Restraint Systems
      • Where to Put the Restraint
      • Top Strap
      • Top Strap Anchor Location
      • Lower Anchorages and Top Tethers for Children (LATCH System)
      • Securing a Child Restraint Designed for the LATCH System
      • Securing a Child Restraint in a Rear Outside Seat Position
      • Securing a Child Restraint in a Center Rear Seat Position
      • Securing a Child Restraint in the Right Front Seat Position
    • Airbag System
      • Where Are the Airbags?
      • When Should an Airbag Inflate?
      • What Makes an Airbag Inflate?
      • How Does an Airbag Restrain?
      • What Will You See After an Airbag Inflates?
      • Passenger Sensing System
      • Servicing Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle
      • Adding Equipment to Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle
    • Restraint System Check
      • Checking Your Restraint Systems
      • Replacing Restraint System Parts After a Crash
  • Features and Controls
    • Keys
      • Remote Keyless Entry System
      • Remote Keyless Entry System Operation
    • Doors and Locks
      • Door Locks
      • Power Door Locks
      • Delayed Locking
      • Programmable Automatic Door Locks
      • Rear Door Security Locks
      • Lockout Protection
      • Liftgate/Liftglass
    • Windows
      • Power Windows
      • Sun Visors
    • Theft-Deterrent Systems
      • Content Theft-Deterrent
      • Passlock®
    • Starting and Operating Your Vehicle
      • New Vehicle Break-In
      • Ignition Positions
      • Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
      • Starting Your Engine
      • Adjustable Throttle and Brake Pedal
      • Engine Coolant Heater
      • Automatic Transmission Operation
      • Tow/Haul Mode
      • All-Wheel Drive
      • Parking Brake
      • Shifting Into Park (P)
      • Shifting Out of Park (P)
      • Parking Over Things That Burn
      • Engine Exhaust
      • Running Your Engine While You Are Parked
    • Mirrors
      • Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror with OnStar®, Compass and Temperature Display
      • Outside Power Mirrors
      • Outside Convex Mirror
      • Outside Heated Mirrors
      • Outside Automatic Dimming Mirror with Curb View Assist
    • OnStar® System
    • HomeLink® Transmitter
      • Programming the HomeLink® Transmitter
    • Storage Areas
      • Glove Box
      • Cupholder(s)
      • Instrument Panel Storage Area
      • Center Console Storage Area
      • Luggage Carrier
      • Rear Seat Armrest
      • Convenience Net
      • Cargo Cover
    • Sunroof
    • Vehicle Personalization
      • Memory Seat
  • Instrument Panel
    • Instrument Panel Overview
      • Hazard Warning Flashers
      • Other Warning Devices
      • Horn
      • Tilt Wheel
      • Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
      • Turn and Lane-Change Signals
      • Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
      • Flash-to-Pass
      • Windshield Wipers
      • Windshield Washer
      • Cruise Control
      • Exterior Lamps
      • Headlamps on Reminder
      • Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)
      • Automatic Headlamp System
      • Fog Lamps
      • Instrument Panel Brightness
      • Dome Lamps
      • Entry/Exit Lighting
      • Reading Lamps
      • Battery Run-Down Protection
      • Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist (URPA)
      • Accessory Power Outlets
      • Ashtrays and Cigarette Lighter
      • Analog Clock
    • Climate Controls
      • Dual Automatic Climate Control System
      • Outlet Adjustment
      • Rear Climate Control System
    • Warning Lights, Gages, and Indicators
      • Instrument Panel Cluster
      • Speedometer and Odometer
      • Tachometer
      • Safety Belt Reminder Light
      • Airbag Readiness Light
      • Passenger Airbag Status Indicator
      • Charging System Light
      • Voltmeter Gage
      • Brake System Warning Light
      • Anti-Lock Brake System Warning Light
      • Low Tire Pressure Warning Light
      • Traction Off Light
      • Engine Coolant Temperature Gage
      • Transmission Temperature Gage
      • Malfunction Indicator Lamp
      • Oil Pressure Gage
      • Security Light
      • Cruise Control Light
      • Highbeam On Light
      • Tow/Haul Mode Light
      • Fuel Gage
      • Low Fuel Warning Light
    • Driver Information Center (DIC)
      • DIC Operation and Displays
      • DIC Warnings and Messages
      • DIC Vehicle Customization
    • Audio System(s)
      • Setting the Time
      • Radio with Cassette and CD
      • Rear Seat Entertainment System
      • Navigation/Radio System
      • Rear Seat Audio (RSA)
      • CD Changer
      • Theft-Deterrent Feature
      • Audio Steering Wheel Controls
      • Radio Reception
      • Care of Your Cassette Tape Player
      • Care of Your CDs and DVDs
      • Care of Your CD Player
      • Care of Your CD and DVD Player
      • Diversity Antenna System
      • XM’ Satellite Radio Antenna System
      • Chime Level Adjustment
  • Driving Your Vehicle
    • Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle
      • Defensive Driving
      • Drunken Driving
      • Control of a Vehicle
      • Braking
      • Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
      • Braking in Emergencies
      • Road Sensing Suspension
      • StabiliTrak® System
      • Steering
      • Off-Road Recovery
      • Passing
      • Loss of Control
      • Operating Your All-Wheel-Drive Vehicle Off Paved Roads
      • Driving at Night
      • Driving in Rain and on Wet Roads
      • City Driving
      • Freeway Driving
      • Before Leaving on a Long Trip
      • Highway Hypnosis
      • Hill and Mountain Roads
      • Winter Driving
      • If You Are Stuck: In Sand, Mud, Ice or Snow
      • Rocking Your Vehicle to Get It Out
      • Recovery Hooks
      • Loading Your Vehicle
    • Towing
      • Towing Your Vehicle
      • Recreational Vehicle Towing
      • Trailer Recommendations
      • Towing a Trailer
  • Service and Appearance Care
    • Service
      • Doing Your Own Service Work
      • Adding Equipment to the Outside of Your Vehicle
    • Fuel
      • Gasoline Octane
      • Gasoline Specifications
      • California Fuel
      • Additives
      • Fuels in Foreign Countries
      • Filling Your Tank
      • Filling a Portable Fuel Container
    • Checking Things Under the Hood
      • Hood Release
      • Engine Compartment Overview
      • Engine Oil
      • Engine Oil Life System
      • Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
      • Automatic Transmission Fluid
      • Engine Coolant
      • Coolant Surge Tank Pressure Cap
      • Engine Overheating
      • Overheated Engine Protection Operating Mode
      • Cooling System
      • Engine Fan Noise
      • Power Steering Fluid
      • Windshield Washer Fluid
      • Brakes
      • Battery
      • Jump Starting
    • All-Wheel Drive
    • Rear Axle
    • Front Axle
    • Headlamp Aiming
      • Headlamp Horizontal Aiming
      • Headlamp Vertical Aiming
    • Bulb Replacement
      • High Intensity Discharge (HID) Lighting
      • Halogen Bulbs
      • Headlamps
      • Front Turn Signal, Sidemarker and Daytime Running Lamps
      • Taillamps
      • Replacement Bulbs
    • Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement
    • Tires
      • Tire Sidewall Labelling
      • Tire Terminology and Definitions
      • Inflation - Tire Pressure
      • Tire Pressure Monitor System
      • Tire Inspection and Rotation
      • When It Is Time for New Tires
      • Buying New Tires
      • Uniform Tire Quality Grading
      • Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance
      • Wheel Replacement
      • Tire Chains
      • If a Tire Goes Flat
      • Changing a Flat Tire
      • Removing the Spare Tire and Tools
      • Removing the Flat Tire and Installing the Spare Tire
      • Secondary Latch System
      • Storing a Flat or Spare Tire and Tools
      • Spare Tire
    • Appearance Care
      • Fabric/Carpet
      • Vinyl
      • Leather
      • Instrument Panel
      • Interior Plastic Components
      • Wood Panels
      • Speaker Covers
      • Glass Surfaces
      • Care of Safety Belts
      • Weatherstrips
      • Washing Your Vehicle
      • Cleaning Exterior Lamps/Lenses
      • Finish Care
      • Windshield, Backglass, and Wiper Blades
      • Aluminum or Chrome-Plated Wheels
      • Tires
      • Sheet Metal Damage
      • Finish Damage
      • Underbody Maintenance
      • Chemical Paint Spotting
      • Vehicle Care/Appearance Materials
    • Vehicle Identification
      • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
      • Service Parts Identification Label
    • Electrical System
      • Add-On Electrical Equipment
      • Windshield Wiper Fuses
      • Power Windows and Other Power Options
      • Fuses and Circuit Breakers
      • Instrument Panel Fuse Block
      • Center Instrument Panel Fuse Block
      • Underhood Fuse Block
    • Capacities and Specifications
  • Maintenance Schedule
    • Maintenance Schedule
      • Introduction
      • Maintenance Requirements
      • Your Vehicle and the Environment
      • Using Your Maintenance Schedule
      • Scheduled Maintenance
      • Additional Required Services
      • Maintenance Footnotes
      • Owner Checks and Services
      • At Each Fuel Fill
      • At Least Once a Month
      • At Least Once a Year
      • Recommended Fluids and Lubricants
      • Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts
      • Maintenance Record
  • Customer Assistance and Information
    • Customer Assistance and Information
      • Customer Satisfaction Procedure
      • Online Owner Center
      • Customer Assistance for Text Telephone (TTY) Users
      • Customer Assistance Offices
      • GM Mobility Reimbursement Program
      • Roadside Service
      • Courtesy Transportation
      • Vehicle Data Collection and Event Data Recorders
    • Reporting Safety Defects
      • Reporting Safety Defects to the United States Government
      • Reporting Safety Defects to the Canadian Government
      • Reporting Safety Defects to General Motors
      • Service Publications Ordering Information
  • Index

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