Question about Cadillac Eldorado
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try autozone.com to see if they have your car listed for diagrams pictures and step by step instructions if your car is not listed then try your local library they have all the car manuals and even copy them for you
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
4.6L engine starter mounting is under the intake manifold
Fig. This is where (and how) the starter motor is mounted in the engine valley on the 4.6L engine. The arrows show the 2 mounting bolts
Fig. This is the battery connection to the solenoid. Make sure it is clean and tight
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Posted on Feb 05, 2010
It is located in the valley between the cylinders. You can loosen the throtle body, all the bolts holding the intake manifold and then lift the manifols just enough without disturbing the fuel rail to gain access from the lest side of the car to the right. This can be done with common tools and the gaskets on the manifold and TB can be reused if not damaged.
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
There are a number of fuse blocks on these vehicles. The multi-purpose fuse block is located inside the passenger compartment of the vehicle, under the instrument panel, towards the left of the steering column. The dedicated fuses are located in the engine compartment at the left rear corner (if equipped with A/C) and also in front of the right strut tower. Blade type fuses are used.
A blade type fuse has test taps provided to allow checking of the fuse itself, without removing it from the fuse block. A test light can be used. The fuse is okay if the test light comes ON when its one test lead is connected to the test taps (one at a time) and the other lead is grounded. Change the position of the ignition switch so the fuse circuit being tested has voltage applied to it.
Fig. 1: A test light can be used to test the fuse
When a fuse is blown, there are two probable causes as follows: One is that the fuse was blown due to a flow of current exceeding its rating. The other is that it is blown due to a repeated ON/OFF current flowing through it. Which of the two causes is responsible can be easily determined by a visual check as described below:
Fig. 3: State of a fuse blown due to thermal fatigue
Fig. 5: Remove the fuse panel lid by unfastening the clips and pulling it up and off the panel
Fig. 6: Pull the suspect fuse up and out of its receptacle and check the element
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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Might be the Resistor pack located close to the blower. It has a flat connector with 4 or 5 wires, and two small screws holding in the duct. It may be a crispy critter. It happens... The blower moves air across it to keep it cool. The blower motor may be bad as well, or possibly the fan speed switch. May very well be the fuse for the blower as well. The blower connector may be loose. Let me know what you find.
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