EDIT Push the "E/M" button that sticks out of the speedometer display, and looks like the trip reset button.
There isn't a E/M button on this particular model, at least not on my 1990 Cadillac DeVille.
underneath the dash on the drivers side by the ash tray there is a one wire connector. disconnect for English, connect for metric.
This answer worked perfectly. as you are looking at the Ash tray to the left side between ash tray and steering column, the wire is behind the covers on the bottom of the dash. You'll have to take off the two screws holding the cover that covers the steering column. Then, you will see (at least on mine) a connector with 1 wire. A Black wire and ont he other end a baby blue wire. Unhook it and English system. Hook it up, Metric. Thanks!
I have a 99 Deville and my car runs at about 190 to 200 degrees
193 to 210
uotside temp sensor in front of the radiator has gone bad
In all likelihood, the answer to your question is "Yes". When you remove the dipstick, you can validate this by reading the message that is imprinted thereon. (Also this information is in the operator's manual in the service section.)
It is the mileage that is actually on the car. If the odometer is replaced, the correct reading is written down. Add that to the reading of the replacment odometer and you have the actual mileage on the car.
on carfax, last mileage reading was Aug. of 2009. Why no reading more recently?
your cadillac is low on gas means you're going to run out of gas soon
you may have changed the tire size which will give you incorrect mileage hence causing an erroneous gas mileage reading.
Like all cars - you don't. It is illegal to tamper with the mileage on a car. courtesy of www.TheProwlerStore.com
he mileage is stored in the computers on the van, and it is illegal to try to change the reading.
It is around 127 miles.
The exact mileage per year is the odometer reading at the end of the year minus the odometer reading at the beginning of the year. If you don't have the odometer reading from the beginning of the year, the next best thing is to subtract an older odometer reading from the reading at the beginning of the year, then divide the difference by the number of years between readings. Without any odometer readings from the past, the best you can do is to calculate the average annual mileage over the life of the truck, which is the current odometer reading divided by the truck's years of service.
The 1999 Cadillac normal coolant temperature gauge reading should be 180 degrees. A 195 degrees thermostat could be used, causing the temperature gauge to read 195.
What is the problem when the car is reading service suspension system on my 1998 cadillac seville sts?
You can easily get to know the mileage of a car by looking at the odometer reading of the vehicle. If you suspect that it has any mileage discrepancy, just try the online free mileage check.
Three and three tenths.
With engine running 13.8-14.2
Yes, the faulty power steering pressure switch does affect the gas mileage. It will give a wrong reading of the gas mileage. It is therefore important to fix it when it is faulty.
Depending on the engine, the coolant temperature in a Cadillac could be from 180 to 195 degrees. The thermostat can be changed to give a lower or higher temp reading.
Reading the codes requires a scan tool.
The lowest possible reading is zero.
I have a renault megane 2001 rxt, on my wiper stick,ther is a button on the end of the stick (by the edge should be a round button) jus press it in,it will show u a lot of reading even how much mileage u have left to drive
set your mileage on your actual mileage reading, not a setting measuring your trip. Keep hold down the button until it resets itself.
The mileage is stored in the BCM not the cluster, so you can replace the cluster without changing the odometer reading.