it should, but the emissions regulations of the 2002 car are different than that of the 1998 motor
Headgaskets or Stripped Head Bolts
The 1998 most likely has a Northstar engine. On this engine the starter is under the intake, and the intake has to come off for replacement.
1998 and 1999 caddys with the LD8 AND L37 (NORTHSTAR) ENGINES.
Next to the winshill wiper fluid
I believe the starter motor sits in the galley under the intake manifold.
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The easiest way to drain the coolant on a Northstar is to pull the lower radiator hose off. There is a petcock on the lower left (driver side) of the radiator but it's almost impossible to get to without a special tool.
Yes.The engine was the same 4600 V8 NorthStar which had 2 versions with different horsepower depending on the model trim.
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Changing an alternator in a northstar requires removing the intake manifold,as it is under there. I would suggest getting a service manual for all the details. Good luck Almost but not quite true. Under the intake manifold is the starter not the alternator!!!
Change in line fuel filter
Hopefully I'm assuming correctly, your Seville contains a Northstar engine. The starter is located in the center of the engine under the intake manifold. If that sounds unbelieveable to you, don't go near it, bring it to Cadillac. Good luck
1st, 30 ft lbs, 2nd 70 degrees, 3rd. 65 degrees, 4th 4 degrees
There is no such car as a 1998 Cadillac Fleetwood, and no Cadillac had a carburetor that year either
Where is the transmission plug on a 1998 cadillac
No it will not.
Location of starter on Cadillac 1998 eta
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I don't think you can change it. I have a 1999 catera and my transmission fluid has to be changed at the dealer.
Yes, a 1998 Cadillac Catera will fit in your 19971 Cadillac Catera. The model of vehicles are very close to one another.
yea they both have the northstar engine.
The Northstar cooling system is self-purging. It's highly doubtful that you have an "air pocket" but if you must do something, take the cap off the surge tank and let the engine warm to around operating temp. If there are any bubbles they'll vent from the surge tank. Then replace the cap and you're good to go. But I'd be very suprised if you have an 'air bubble'. They just don't happen on the Northstar.
There is no dipstick to check the transmission fluid on a 1998 Cadillac Catera. It can be checked by opening the fill plug on the side of the transmission. If you are at that point you might as well change the fluid if you have over 70000 miles.