Question about 2000 Cadillac Seville
Your story sounds identical to mine except i have a 98 sts.I also went to have my head gaskets replaced and found out it was a cracked block,I had to buy a used motor.cost me $4,500.after driving the car for about two weeks,I noticed my temp go a little over and then back to the middle,but only in traffic situations.I had the mechanic replace the thermostat but that didnt help,i did find the purge line to be clogged,I cleared it and it seems to not happen as much.I did not have that problem again until yesterdayits possible it could be clogged again.When i check i will post my results
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
You might have a fan motor relay problem.locate the fan motor relays and swap out both relays,if the problem continues then change out the thermostats.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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