Question about 2001 Cadillac Eldorado
Is the ecm suspension module the same as the rss module. The dealer says the rss module needs to be replaced but they want too much for it. I have found one the seller represents as the ecm suspension module that is located in the trunk behind the back seat. Would you happen to know what it looks like so I don't buy the wrong part. Have not crawled in the trunk to take a look yet.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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ok this is the module to control the electronic suspension
jusk ask for the suspension module to any yonk yard
or pick up part, but i have to tell you something a had a cadillac
giving me false codes information for the suspension and also i did had a message on the digital dash, since is been a few yrs since i fix it, i tough it said service ride control, any way the problem was a ground problem the thick ground wire going to the module was having a high resistance problem meaning the ground was poor, the solution i took was adding another grond from the car budy to the suspension computer ground i weld an extra wire and had to drive the car for a little while and that took care of the problem, and actually that computer was behind the rear seat but on the lugage compartment,
and if you want some wiring diagrams go the public library or
go to autozone.com and buy the repair information from alldata for this specific car, it will cost you something but nothing similAR to the 1200 good luck and any more questions? feel free to ask
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
So does my 2006 STS....!
On the Tire monitoring subject.... The next time it tells you to service it, scroll through and see if the system is reporting a tire pressure for each tire, if it is, and there is not all dashes for one of the tires, there is nothing to worry about.
Note.... aftermarket rims, tire sealants and tire rotations done without "relearning wheel sensor positions", (page 5-67 in your manual), can cause a "DTC" (Diagnostic Trouble Code) to display and tell you to service it.
On the stability system, I have to do some more digging....
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
SOURCE: I am trying to find
yes they did. I'm pretty sure you can take your VIN # to a dealer and they could pull it up and possibly give you all the options that were available
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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It will either be the switch which operates the seat or the motor.
If you are handy with a multimeter, undo the power connector under the seat and measure the resistance of the connector "switch" terminals (the lead coming from the seat) while you operate the switch - if the readings change when you use the switch in each direction, then the switch is ok and the motor is bad. If no change in readings, the suspect a faulty switch.
Depending on where you are, I suggest you ring your local car dismantlers to find your exact model, and ask for a price - just for the switch/motor part of the seat.
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Posted on May 06, 2011
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