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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 cadillac seville STS
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.....
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
No it wouldn't be a fuse because it's partially still working,LEDs are wired in series so it could be one LED is burnt out or the current limiting resistor has opened for that section.Repairing it would be fairly simple but will require a multimeter preferably with a diode tester and a soldering iron.If you're not familiar with using a multimeter and testing electronic circuits I would say let a professional repair it or replace the whole unit.Comment back and I will give you the test procedures if you fell confident in making the repair.
Posted on May 28, 2009
Cadillac's of this year have been known to have the wire(s) fromt he cruise control break in the steering colum. This is due to the tilt wheel moving up and down over the years. You should be able to either repair the broken wire or get a used unit (turn signal/cruise) and wiring harnes at a salvage yard. The wiring runs along the steering column to a connector on top of the column about half way down.
Check your fuses first. I believe the cruise and a couple of other accessories are on the same circuit. Is there anything else that doesn't work? (i.e. cigarette lighter, dome lights...) If you have the owner's manual that would help OR a trip to the public library in the auto section...Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
You can pull the fuse for now. The traction control pump could be faulty or the wheel sensors are dirty and need to be cleaned with brake parts cleaner
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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