Question about 1999 Cadillac DeVille
If we pull real hard it will loosen up and allow us to turn left but it feel s like a belt or something is getting stuck. it just doesnt want to turn left sometimes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 99 cadillac deville
hello i have a 1998 cadillac deville course. an i been having the same over heating problems with mine i been taking it to mechanics an no one seems to know even the caddy dealship its overheating i checked the termostat water pump radiator all hoses was wondring could you tell me what you did or what you are doing to fix your problems my email is email@example.com thank you very much
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
SOURCE: 92 cadillac deville
I sort of had this problem with my 92 deville...u could try to pull bak a lil more on the release and push forward after that while someone else is outside the car...the person outside the car should try giving the hood a lil push n if it pops up a bit...the latch under the hood is located to the left side next to the grill.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
SOURCE: overheating,eveything looks ok.
I have a 97 Cadillac Deville with a northstar engine and have replaced it twice so far, so i answer this by experience...i've noticed to my two prior engines that went bad that the normal temp should NOT EXCEED 228 (normal), the red overheating light will come on at 250 and at 260 it will beep and tell you to stop engine - idle engine and will begin to smoke (overheat).
I hope this helps you and anyone else...by the way if your asking why did i replace my engine twice is simply because my cadillac is super clean inside and out, immaculate condition.
Posted on May 16, 2009
There should be a wire that runs from the ignition to the solenoid, check that the wire has power when you turn the ignition key, if it has power the solenoid may need replacing.
Check to see if you have power getting to the distributor and the spark plugs, if you have spark it is possibly in the fuel system
Posted on May 19, 2009
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