They are pressed in the axle. Take it to a garage.
change over to air shocks on rear end
How to change fuel pump in 1985 cadillac fleetwood
How do you replace a starter on a Cadillac Fleetwood front wheel drive Where is the starter located? Is this a difficult job I should pay someone to do or a regular joe and do this.
Replace the fuse.
replace it or get the one in your dash fixed because they have a lot of bugs in those digital dashs not working right i had to replace mines in my 91 cadillac brougham. good luck.
hire someone hire someone
Try the repair tips on the Autozone web site.
Clogged fuel filter, replace.
See if your public library has a Chilton's book for your Cadillac.
Front or Rear wheel drive?It varies according to the year and whether it is front wheel or rear wheel drive. Please expand your question. front wheel drive where is the starter for the cadillac fleetwood 1990
.112= 1.8 .121= 2.0 .173= 2.8 .249= 4.1 .252= 4.1 .262= 4.3 .273= 4.5 .300= 4.9 .307= 5.0 .305= 5.0 .350= 5.7 .368= 6.0 In 1980 Cadillac offered a .350 diesel engine as standard equipment for the Seville and optional equipment for the Fleetwood Brougham and Eldorado. The gasoline .350 was optional for the Seville and Eldorado. They offered a .368 as standard equipment for the Fleetwood Brougham, De Ville, and Eldorodo, and as an option for the Seville. In 1981, the .252 V6 (built by Buick) was offered as an option for all models. The .350 diesel was still standard for the Seville and option for the Fleetwood Brougham and Eldorado, and it was offered for the De Ville. The .350 was not offered in gasoline. The .368 was made a the V8-6-4 variable displacement engine and was standard for the De Ville, Brougham, Eldorado, and Optional for the Seville. The .368 that was used in 80 was available for commercial chassis only. In 1982, the .112 straight 4 was available for the Cimarron. The .249 was introduced and made standard for all Models, except the Cimarron. The .252 and the .350 diesel were made optional for all Models, Except Cimarron. The V8-6-4 was made standard for all limousines while the .368 was standard for all other commercial chassis. 1983, the Cimarron was upgraded to the .121 engine. All stayed the same until 1985. 1985 the Cimarron received a .173 V6 engine as an option. the .249 was made standard for the Fleetwood Brougham, and limousines. A higher horsepower front wheel drive, .249 was standard on the De Ville Seville, and Eldorado. A .262 diesel was offered as an option for the front wheel drive cars and the .350 diesel was optional on the Fleetwood Brougham. In 1986 the Fleetwood Brougham line split into two lines; the Fleetwood and Brougham, where the Brougham remained rear wheel drive and the Fleetwood became part of the De Ville line and front wheel drive. The .249 was standard equipment on the Fleetwood, De Ville, Seville and Eldorado. The Brougham received an Oldmobile .307 as standard equipment. In 1987, the Cimarron's optional .173 became standard equipment. Cadillac added the Allante to its line, and it received the .249 engine. All other engines stayed the same. In 1988 Cadillac added the .273 engine and made it standard equipment for the Seville, Eldorado, De Ville and Fleetwood. In 1989 The Cimarron was discontinued and the Allante was upgraded to the .273. The Brougham continued with the .307 for both years. In 1990, the .350 gasoline engine was brought back and made as an option to replace the Brougham's .307. For 1991 and 1992 the .307 was replaced with a Chevrolet .305 and the .350 was still optional. Cadillac added a new .300 engine for the De Ville, Seville, Fleetwood, and Eldorado. The Allante retaine the .273.
bad shocks! ...... replace your shocksimmediately if possible .