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unlock drivers door from the outside.
to disable permanently ground single wire in drivers door going to keylock cylinder.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Oct 20, 2019


Remove the seat belt mounting bolts at the bottom. Then there are 4 retaining clips on the top that get released by using a flat bladed screwdriver between the seatback and the upper shelf. Push down to release them.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Oct 17, 2019


i have a 1995 fleetwood brougham and when you open the doors inside lights dont work neather does any of the in side light work with doors closed even the ones on the mirror

1993 Cadillac... | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


Ck the power at the solenoid. You should have 12v off the battery going in... a equal sized ground wire on the other side & a signal wire/key power to trigger the stater to turn it over.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Oct 16, 2019


Probably the boot between the throttle body and the intake has a hole in it

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019


Your car should have a dip stick that tells you where the oil level is. Use that to determine how much oil you need to add. Add 1 qt at a time until the oil appears on the dip stick, then add the oil slowly, checking the level until it is in the hash marks on the dip stick. If there is no dipstick, drain the oil and measure the oil using a gallon or quart containers and add the recommended amount. Remember there is already about 1 qt of oil in the filter.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Oct 11, 2019


I don't have a diagram, but your problem is the oil cooler underneath the intake on top of the engine. Remove the intake, and the cooler is right there in between the heads. Easy to change once you get the intake off. This is a VERY common problem on Cateras, and the symptom of it is oil in your coolant. I have a 1998 Catera and had the same issue.

1998 Cadillac... | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


Check a wiring diagram an check power an ground for those systems . Also read factory service information on how they work . Electronic modules involved . DDM - driver door module . If this vehicle came to my shop , first thing I do , hook up factory scan tool an check input data from the door switch to the DDM . Check DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes .
The power windows system consists of the following components:
• Driver door module (DDM) -- GMLAN device that receives and transmits messages and signals for window functionality
• Passenger front door module (PDM) -- GMLAN device that receives and transmits messages and signals for window functionality
• Left rear door module (LRDM) -- GMLAN device that receives and transmits messages and signals for window functionality
• Right rear door module (RRDM) -- GMLAN device that receives and transmits messages and signals for window functionality
• Driver door switch assembly (DDSA) -- GMLAN device that contains the driver, front passenger, RR and LR window and window lockout switches
• Right front power window switch -- provides switched ground window switch signals to the PDM for the front passenger window
• Left rear power window switch -- provides switched ground window switch signals to the LRDM for the left rear passenger window
• Right rear power window switch -- provides switched ground window switch signals to the RRDM for the right rear passenger window
• Left front power window motor -- contains position sensors and a module that receives signals from the DDM and provides a status signal to the DDM
• Right front power window motor -- contains position sensors and a module that receives signals from the PDM and provides a status signal to the PDM
• Left rear power window motor -- contains position sensors and a module that receives signals from the LRDM and provides a status signal to the LRDM
• Right rear power window motor -- contains position sensors and a module that receives signals from the RRDM and provides a status signal to the RRDM
• DRIVER DR MOD fuse (10-amp)
• FRT PASS DR MOD fuse (15-amp)
• REAR DR MOD fuse (10 amp)
• Power Window Motors Circuit Breaker (30-amp)

Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Oct 06, 2019


check for blown fuse for int. lamps, locks fuse and 2 relays. do any locks work?

2002 Cadillac... | Answered on Oct 05, 2019


It could be the electrical portion of the ignition switch. If the computer is not energized it will not display the check light. The switch has multiple power feeds and it may be at fault.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Oct 03, 2019


What do you mean "sending unit"? Do you mean O2 sensor?

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Sep 30, 2019


check the main DC power wires, for any damages...
else the there is a internal problem with the radio

2003 Cadillac... | Answered on Sep 29, 2019


I had to clear something on my Cadillac and I went to a local Cadillac Dealer and asked him. He was so nice he called his mechanic and he did it.for me. I offered him a tip and he told me to come back when I had a problem. That is all he said.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Sep 28, 2019


Some newer cars don't have gas caps, just push the gas nozzle into the center of the filler, a flap will open. If your still stuck, go to a full service station.

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Sep 25, 2019


NO FOBS DETECTED
Refer to Keyless Entry System Description and Operation

Keyless Entry System Description and Operation - Passive
Passive keyless entry allows entry to a locked vehicle without pressing any buttons on the keyless entry transmitter. You must only have the transmitter with you. This passive system is also part of the vehicle starting system. It allows you to start and run the vehicle having only the transmitter as your key. The passive entry and starting system use low frequency antennas in 4 different areas on the vehicle to determine the location of the transmitter. When passively opening a locked door or the rear compartment lid, you must have a programmed transmitter with you in your pocket, purse, or briefcase. As a customer opens the door handle or presses rear compartment touch pad, the low frequency antenna sends out a challenge to the keyless entry transmitter. The transmitter must be in a one meter range of the door or rear compartment lid in order to receive the challenge. If the challenge is met, the transmitter will respond, allowing the door to be unlocked and opened. Passive entry allows you to operate the following features:
• Passive door unlock/unlatch
• Passive rear compartment lid release
• Illuminated entry lamps
• Vehicle starting
The keyless entry system has the following components:
• Keyless entry transmitters
• LH and RH door antennas (part of the door handle assembly)
• Rear compartment antenna
• Console passive antenna
• Console active antenna
• Instrument Panel Module (IPM)
• Rear Integration Module (RIM)
• Remote Control Door Lock Receiver (RCDLR)
• External RF Antenna (includes coax from RCDLR to back glass)

Remote Control Door Lock Receiver (RCDLR)
The RCDLR is a multi-function module which controls all the vehicles antennas for passive keyless entry functions. The RCDLR also acts as the receiver for active keyless entry and tire pressure monitoring (TPM) functions, as well as controlling all immobilizer functions.
The RCDLR's RF antenna is located in the back glass, and there is a coax cable connecting the glass antenna to the module located in the trunk.

Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop that has the factory Tech 2 scan tool or someother professional type scanner that can read • Rear Integration Module (RIM) DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes .

Cadillac Cars &... | Answered on Sep 24, 2019

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