Cracked head , or Head gasket blown ( replace ) STARTING WITH THE HT4100 Cadillac MOTORS IN 1982 DEVILLE ALL THE WAY UP TO AROUND THE 1990S 4.1 ENG 4.5 4.6 4.9 CADS HAD A SP PELITS THAT YOU HAD TO BY FROM CADILLAC THAT HELP COOLANT FROM GETTING IN THE MOTOR IN OTHER WORDS LIKE A RADIATOR STOP LEAK BUT IN THIS CASE BLOCK SO EVERYTIME YOU CHANGE YOU COOLANT YOU WERE TO ADD THESES PELITS ,,CALL YOU CADILLAC PARTS DEPARTMENT THEY ARE CHEAP AND THEY WILL KNOW JUST WHAT YOU NEED .....WY THEY LEAK,,, ALUMINUM BLOCK FOR LESS WAIT AND STEEL SLEEVES FOR THE PISTON WHERE PUT TOGETHER USEING SEALS. GOOD IDEA MAKING THE MOTOR ALOT LESS HEAVY SAVING FUEL EXC. BUT YOU HAD TO KEEP THE PELITS IN THE COOLING SYM. JUST LIKE THE OWENNER MANUAL SAID Blown headgasket------cracked head or block
Yes, it should be a perfect fit.
Possibe blown fuse
a fuse, relay, bad ground or positive wire at switch or solenoid, etc.
no the you would have to alter the suspension about 2 to 4 inches to fit correctly to prevent rubbing
Low retail, $2225. Average retail, $4025. High retail, $5100. It's all about condition.
My first diagnosis would be a blown freeze plug, check that and you may find your problem.
It could be from condensation from the air conditioner if it`s summertime. If it`s winter, take your car in for an inspection.
Heater hose or heater core.
Now if we're talking ft wheel drive Fleetwoods 1989-1993. If its the Fleetwood Brougham 1980-1992
Most likely a blown fuse
cracked head, or leaking head gasket, or cracked block