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Sectioning and Partial Part Replacement: 2018 Cadillac CT6 Plug-In

Sectioning and Partial Part Replacement: 2018 Cadillac CT6 Plug-In

One of the top technical inquiries received at Ask I-CAR is, “Is there a sectioning or partial replacement procedure available?” To help answer this question, RTS has an OEM Partial Part Replacement Search available. Here you will find information on if these procedures are available on a specific vehicle. Let’s take a closer look at the 2018 Cadillac CT6 Plug-In.

The full OEM Partial Part Replacement Search page for the 2018 Cadillac CT6 Plug-In can be viewed on the I-CAR website. This will give you a good understanding on general areas for sectioning or partial replacement. I-CAR does not have permission to show exact locations for sectioning or the procedure itself. However, Cadillac has paid and free subscription website with collision repair information.

The front lower rail has multiple OEM sectioning locations available. There are no partial part replacements at factory seams for the front lower. No OEM procedures are available for the front upper rail. The outer uniside has multiple locations available in which it can be sectioned. There are no sectioning procedures available for the uniside reinforcement, inner uniside, rear rail, and trunk floor. The rear rail and the trunk floor, however, can be partially replaced at factory seams. No OEM procedures are available for the rear body panel.

For additional GM information, check out the following pages:
Chevrolet OEM Information
GMC OEM Information
Buick OEM Information
Cadillac OEM Information

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