I have a 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham, and it died at 70 mph, and it did that three times, weeks apart, before we figured out it was the fuel pump. Thought it was electrical because the pump fuse would blow each time. So finally we changed the fuel, with much cost, and that solved the problem. Now it's been many months without the car shutting down on the hiway at very high speed.
One reason a 1998 Cadillac Deville would cut off while driving could be the fuel pump or the car is out of fuel. Another reason could be the spark plugs.
You have a hole in your brake line.
From all of my experience with cars if a car turns off while in motion it tends to be the alternator.
crank or camshaft sensor check for codes put your beauiful car on the neutral when you're braking you'll stop to stall
transmission leak in reverse only
Tensioner pulley for the water pump belt on the opposite side of the motor the other side, not the side with the surpentine belt.
While any competent shop should be able to service this, a Cadillac dealer will have the most direct experience.
Not a question. Operator error.
Well the 96 sedan deville has a 4.6liter pushing out 300hp while the Lincoln town car has the same liters but only 260hp. deville goes around 7 mph more
If a 1996 Cadillac Sedan DeVille is making a backfire noise from the engine compartment while at a steady speed, it is probably due to a bad oxygen sensor. The vehicle could also have one cylinder that is not firing or a problem with missing exhaust or the catalytic converter.
Replace the fuse.
Is the engine running ? no
Needs crankshaft sensor and or camshaft sensor
when i am driving my toyato 2001 Eaco stops running, it will start back up
There are 2 fans that would be running while you are driving and that is normal... the compressor fan if you have the air conditioner running and the radiator fan runs to help keep the radiator cool while the engine is on.
9 to 13 LBS. No higher are lower are you will have starting and running problems.
The oil filter on a 1993 Cadillac Sedan Deville is located underneath the top intake mount for the upper radiator hose underneath the air cover. It should be visible while standing in front of the driver side front quarter panel, underneath and slightly to the left of the air cover.
Possibly a clogged fuel filter. or faulty fuel pump, amongst other things
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if the motor ruuns position someone inside the car to turn the radio on, and with someone outside by the antenna grab the tip of the mast and pull up while the motor is running. Straighten any bends , lubricate with silicone and retry
What does it say on the dash? If it says "Premium Gas Recommended" or "Premium Gas Required", try running a mid-grade for a while. The Northstar has a pretty sophisticated anti-knock program, so if you get no ill-effects from running 87 octane, you'll be fine. I used 87 in my 99 Deville for about 100,000 miles and had no problems whatsoever.
You've run out of fuel...
check the wheel bearing