Question about Cadillac Cars & Trucks
Ahh 87. Nice car.. Well since you have an Electric issue, I can't tell you how to check for shorts and other items BUT you can get a Vacuum tee and tie into a working Vacuum line and add a small 1/4 inch vacuum line to the Heater control valve on the passenger side engine heater hose and that will start sending the hot water/coolant into the heater core, I hope your blower works you would have heat, I really never like that auto Climate systems.. But that will give you some heat and give you more time to get the dash to work.. BCB...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your A/C system has lost its refrigerant, and will automatically go into "ECON" at that time. System will have to be leak tested , repaired, and recharged. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
check the alternator fuse that can be a fuse link by the battery pole,check alternator voltage on the alternator red wire or connector,it should the same as on the battery ,check ground wires for loose intermitent contact
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
I also had a hard time finding the blower motor resistor on my 1996 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 4 door. In my case it was located under the dash clear to the right side on the passenger side (if you are sitting in the passenger seat it would be directly above your right foot). To be super carefull you should disconnect the battery first. Next remove the plastic cover under the entire dash I think it is a 9/32 to remove the cover. You can now see the blower motor,nextto the blower motor is the blower motor speed control module, it plugs into the air duct for cooling, it is held in the duct work by 2 screws, 9/32 I think. here is a paicture of the part so u can id it faster, but remember it is right next to the blower motor.
STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # RU546 Price $123.00
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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