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Re: 1998 cadillac seville sts
Maybe there is a leak in the system and the pump is constantly trying to compensate. if the vehicle sits for a day or so, will the suspension sag in a certain spot? maybe a leveling sensor. may have to be diagnosed with scan tool
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Cadillac on-board diagnostic display you'll also see "IP"
for the IPC instrument panel, "AC" for the air conditioning
module, "TC" for traction control, "RS" for the road
suspension system, "SD" for the air bags, "PZ" for the
body control module, "CC" for the cell phone and "RF" for
the integrated radio.
C1276 Delivered Torque Signal Circuit Malfunction
Check your Trasnmission for any wrong solenoids or Torque Converter.
that system has a pump, you should hear it run when you start the car. it also has a bleed valve. i have seen the valve get stuck before. i don't remember what year caddillac stopped putting the suspension switch in the trunk, but if the switch has been turned off the light will remain on as well. there is a level sensor under the rear of the car connected to the suspension you can try to disconnect the arm and manually move it and see if the pump kicks on. there is a few second delay before you hear the pump. if the fuses are good and the switch is on check for voltage at the pump when you move the level sensor. check for signal from the sensor. if pump runs and shock don't air up check for air leaks with soap water spray, and/or air bypassing valve. hope i helped you...dustang
on my 1998 Deville its located in the trunk. the panel thats is butted up to the back of the rear seat. look for some black nuts around the top of rim of the trunk, they are about 1'' long, these have to be removed first... good luck.....
you need to have a pulley puller to get the pulley off if you don't have one most auto zone part stores have a loan a tool program and they can help you with that on most powersteering pumps the high pressure line will be a fitting or bolt on and the return line is usually just a squeeze clamp hope this helps good luck