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    diagram for 1993 el dorado thermostat

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Your shocks maybe leaking, have a tire shop take a look.

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What's your problem? what fuse is for power window for 1997 cadillac el dorado


Find the fuse box either under the hood or under the dashboard and pull off the cover. The fuse locations are either on the fuse plug in area or on the cover you just removed!

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1988 el dorado has error message for odometer reading car did nothave owners manual wen bought


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Have 1992 El Dorado, a/c or heater motor will not run, dash display shows working, replaced resistor, still does not work.Any suggestions?


had same thing happen on my 92 el dorado. problem is at the blower control power relay the 2 plug connectors or the connector for the blower fan. theree is a flow chart to test the voltages going to these connector in the factory shop manual, for a 92 el dorado on page 1C-17 if I remember correctly. if voltages check ok then make sure plugs are securely plugged in. if still does not work, then it's the blower control power relay. good luck!

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Can't get rear brake bolts loose on 2000 cadillac el dorado


use only a socket or if you have space use a ring spanner.NEVER use open ended spanners on any nut/bolt.except to stop it turning.....

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Where is the thermostat on a 1999 cadillac el dorado


northstar? is located on driverside wher the water pump is right infront of the radiator. it has 2 10mm bolts holding the thermostat in place. the engin coolant temp sensor is located on the driver side on the motor towards the fire wall

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Leaking radiator 1993 el dorado


The thermostat is located on the engine side of the upper radiator hose.

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Replace window switch for 1997 el dorado


I have the same problem. I just replaced the switch ($60 from the Internet) Easy replacement, but the problem persists, Here is my next plan of attack... The PCM (vehicle computer controls the power windows for your vehicle. check the power window relay under the hood before repairing PCM. Also the cheapest way is to call local garage and ask if they have a TECH2 scanner to talk to the PCM. The Dealer will charge you about $95hr. to do this.

Jun 23, 2009 | 1997 Cadillac Eldorado

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