Question about 1988 Cadillac Eldorado
1988 would have been the start of a 4 year cycle on a specific design so you should have little problem going up to and including 1991. Before or after would depend on the specific part. Basic components, i.e. engine, rear ends, transmission are normally interchangeable over a much greater time frame and models. Often the only difference in these types of parts is bolt on parts. Hope this helps.
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