Question about 1998 Cadillac DeVille
I own a DeVille. Check your large hoses to see if they are warm when the caddi is warmed up. Do you have blowing air from your fan? If not, check the fuses and swap relays under the hood with each other to see if it a relay. You may have a bad blower motor, but check the relays and fuses first. If all those check out good, replace thermostat for warm heating. This will not effect the cold heating. Last and very important. Are you losing antifreeze? If you are, you may have a blown head gasket. 4.1Ltr engines are known for this seeing that most people do not change their antifreeze often enough. Good luck. email me at tvandenhoy@hotmail with your diagnostic results.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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