Water collecting in your SRX headlight? You’re not alone. A proposed class-action in California is looking for help.
The plaintiff says he purchased a 2010 Cadillac SRX in 2012 with headlights that accumulated water and moisture through defective seals, making driving a clear safety hazard. According to the lawsuit, the headlights wear out and fail prematurely because General Motors allegedly ignores customer complaints about moisture in the headlights.
The problem can cost thousands to repair. It’s so painfully obvious that these Cadillacs came with a defective seal, it’d be nice to see them do the right thing … you know, without a legal threat.