Question about 1980 Cadillac Deville
Check the end leads on the ignition switch. You should be able to disconnect the housing around the steering wheel. Remove the ignition switch and check the leads. If you smell or see them burnt, replace the switch. Otherwise you need to take a look the carb. Most times, it has a problem recieving fuel, which causes it to "try" to turn over but doesn't allow it to start.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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