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the first thing is the fuses. i've seen many of these that the rear air shocks are bad but customer doesnt know and the pump runs until it burns out,after checking the fuses start the car and listen under the hood for the pump to turn on, if pump turns on then check shocks for leaks, also you would have to make sure the pump is producing air as it runs and the last thing is the level sensor located under the rear of car.
your lucky you can drive in snow that deep.(in england traffic stops at the mere hint of the white stuff).seriously though the only answer is next time buy a 4x4 that is for off road use not a sand buggy.
hi this sounds like the linkage has either snapped or has simply come off the ball joint if you can still hear your wiper motor running this will be it, they are a bit awkward to get to but normally a simple repair. lift your hood ( sorry ime from uk excues me for wrong use of parts lol) and look near windscreen area where the wipers are . look into the gaps vent gaps you will see the linkage put wipers on and see if there is any movment in there, if not then it will be that...hope this sorta helps
its located on the botom of car . inbetween the radiator and the motor more towards the driverside (middle area) u should see the transmsission when your down thair. its conected to it . looks like a cylinder
On the Cadillac Devilles you may need a relay to turn that suspenison off. If you are having trouble with the air ride all together you may want to check out Strutmasters.com. They offer non air conversion kits for your vehicle at a lower cost than it would be to fix that air ride. Save yourself time, headache and money and check them out.
I now these trucks pretty well, I own 2, a 2000 two door and a 95 4 door and before them I owned a 88 and an 87, so look I suggest you use 4 hi but in low geer(1st geer) and just let it grab by itself, cause I find first thing it's hard getting into 4 low cause you must be in neutral,and I usually engage it with only the ignition on without actually running the truck to make sure it actually engages, we get a lot of snow up here so I'm letting experience speak for itself, hope it helps...