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My cadilliac starts but stops all the time I think it the disturbuter

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Stalling can indicate any one of a multitude of issues. You did not specify the year or model of your Cadillac, so I am not able to determine what its configuration is.

Start with basic diagnostic procedures, and perform a major tune-up for starters.

Posted on Jun 11, 2014

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