Question about 2003 Cadillac Escalade
Original relay burned out last week, (Nov 28/12), Replaced it Nov 30 and again today, Dec.3 and it is burned out again. It may work when the car is cold, but it flickers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Diagnosing this will be subject to a process of elimination. It could be the radio, blower motor or any other accessory particularly ones with moving parts; Try switching those off and try to note when this problem occurs and what is on/whatyou are doing. Something is getting hot causing the smell so it will be a situation where the accessory will have to run a while before doing it. It is a possibility that there is an electical curcuit overheating, but less likely. Lets rule out accessories first and give us an update. GL
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
SOURCE: headlight bulb out
pop the hood take the plastic cover off it should have about 6 clips then unbolt the whole light from the car should be 2-3 screws and pull it out once u do that u might need to unscrew the plastic cover of the back to get to the wiring harness them u can change the bulb and reasmble
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
I have had the same problem and I have come to the conclusion it is the security system. After 3 minutes the car will start so there is nothing wrong with the battery or starter. I have had it to the dealer a few times and they cannot solve it. It may be the locks on the doors and they may not be resetting properly. I have learned to live with it.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Could have a ABS wheel speed sensor going bad, once this happens will disable the ABS and the trac control. Have it scanned and find out which sensor is bad. Small possibility of ABS module failure, but not as likely.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
Do you hear your compressor running? It may be that it is getting tired and ready to burn out on you. I replaced the compressor twice on my Deville before I found that there were so many holes and nicks in the air bags and it was going to cost me almost $1500 to fix the whole system. I went online and found Strutmasters. I got a non air conversion kit for my car and love it. Saved me money and headache.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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