With so much electronics, it is extremely hard to find any problem that happens just so often. If it wouyld die and not start, it would be easier to find but if it is running good when the dealer has it it is hard to find. Have patience.
hey this might help ive had that problem and i just tried it out today.your car must relearn what your idle speed should be.i found that answer right on this website.rephrase your question to why is mySeville stalling.Hope that helps its a very easy procedure!!
IF IT WON'T LATCH WHEN YOU CLOSE IT, THE PROBLEM IS THE SWITCH THAT IS MOUNTED ON THE MOTOR. THE SWITCH HAS A FLAT PLASTIC ACCUATOR.PRESS DOWN ON IT TO HEAR IF IT CLICKS. YOU CAN GET ONE AT A BUICK DEALER CHEAPER THEN CADILLAC,ABOUT $19.00. REGARDS PAUL G
I suspect you mean the neutral/safety switch. It is at the end of the shift cable, on top of the transmission, just below the brake booster. It is the main reason for not starting, not the starters! Wally of Hagerstown, MD
Here are a couple of things to try: Maybe the latch is not ajusted properly to fully grasp the lid catch or the switch is feeding current to the latch which would require replacement of the switch.
Luxury automobiles have always been in demand, and due to the increase in amenities in luxury vehicles, it appears their popularity is at an all-time high. Car dealers that sell these high-priced vehicles are hoping that drivers will continue their love affair with driving around in complete style. Let’s take a look at the Cadillac brand. Any Cadillac dealer across the country is sitting in a very nice position. The reason is quite simple; GM has done a great job at marketing and most importantly manufacturing Cadillac vehicles that people want to drive. And when a car manufacturer understand what their customer base is looking for in a SUV, sedan or truck, it makes the car dealer’s job a lot easier to move cars off their lots. A Cadillac dealer in today’s automobile climate has an advantage over other luxury automobile dealers. The Cadillac is considered “cool” among drivers in the 18 to 35 demographic. This is significant because drivers in the 18 to 35 demographic are known for trading in their vehicles for the newest, trendiest cars. All over America, Cadillac dealers should thank modern music for keeping the Cadillac brand on the minds of the youth of America. Since the 1990’s hip-hop artists have basically labeled the Cadillac brand as the best car ever made. So with free marketing like that a Cadillac dealer can smile confidently knowing that the youth of America is sold completely on their brand. The reality of Cadillac’s popularity is the underlying fact that not only does the youth gravitate towards the brand, but a large portion of older drivers do too. Of course a Cadillac dealer in a small, rural town or a large, urban city will confess that the biggest strength Cadillac has is that the brand breaks down age barriers. GM understands their customers more than people give them credit, especially when it comes to their Cadillac division. There are Cadillac models targeted towards older drivers and of course towards younger drivers. So when there are people on a Cadillac lot who are in there twenties and their sixties, the Cadillac dealer can be secure in knowing he has the right product to offer.
what i am assuming is being talked about is that when you go to turn on the heat in a Seville, heat will only be produced out of one side of vents. there are a number of valves in a Seville which control wether the air that is coming out of the vents in hot or cold. in a Seville there are a pair of these valves one for the passenger side air, and one for the driver side air. the reason why only one side of the car is blowing hot air is because one of these valves has gotten stuck in the "cold air" position and needs to be replaced. the same thing happened on my car but the drivers side was the one not blowing heat.
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.
Actually, aircraft could fall on the ground if it's stalling (losing speed). The reason why their aren't any airplanes fall on the ground now is because most of the airplanes could warn the pilots if the aircraft is stalling and so the pilots will know they have to increase the speed.
There are a few reasons why a battery may drain overnight on a 1987 Cadillac Fleetwood. One reason could be the alternator needs replaced.
Well I am assuming that you car has a manual transmission, and it is stalling because you are not pushing in the clutch when you come to a stop. The more likely reason is because your idle is set to low on your car. Your most likely culprit is the carburetor. However if you car is fuel injection I would take it into a mechanic and get their opinion.
no, it doesen't you have to break the tranny loose from the block if you need tranny fliud... but their should be no reason to be needing it.... i suggest taking it to the dealer if you have issues no, it doesen't you have to break the tranny loose from the block if you need tranny fliud... but their should be no reason to be needing it.... i suggest taking it to the dealer if you have issues no, it doesen't you have to break the tranny loose from the block if you need tranny fliud... but their should be no reason to be needing it.... i suggest taking it to the dealer if you have issues no, it doesen't you have to break the tranny loose from the block if you need tranny fliud... but their should be no reason to be needing it.... i suggest taking it to the dealer if you have issues
Have A County Attorney Read Your Contract, And Tell Him The Reason Stated By The Car Dealer. If Its In The Contract The Dealer Signed He Has To Fulfill His Signed Agreement. If He Has Not Entered Into A Contract With You On The Car, Signed By Himself. Then You Will Need To Walk Away. GOOD LUCK
No, and why would they? If the payments are up to date and have been made on time, there would be no reason for the dealer to repossess the vehicle.
The models of the Cadillac Sedan Deville manufactured in the 1950s are the most sold of the Cadillac Sedan Deville series. There are many reasons as to why they are the most sold, but the main reason is that these cars were commonly advertised in movies and music videos.
I have had two Sportage and they both had issues with stalling and jerking violently. The reason, I discovered - the one the dealer couldn't figure out after multiple visits, is the connection to the airflow meter. After a couple of years the connection and tabs that hold that connection tight start to get looser. I took a pair of oversized wire ties and strapped them around the plug and intake and my problems went away immediately. I found on the web after numerous hours of hunting a few posts where Kia knew about this but apparently word never got around to the dealers. It is the plug connection.Hope this helps others!Shannon
It depends on the reason you are returning it and how you purchased it, and if you want money back or not. If you bought it AS-IS no warranty and something went wrong with it, legally the dealer is not responsible, and does not have to refund any money.
With that year deville...its more than likely the blower motor
Yes. the reason "street weed" isn't safe, is becouse the dealer may alter it
One reason a 2004 Ford Freestar may stall out is because of a water damaged PCM. This is a common problem with the 2004 Ford Freestar.
A very low idle can cause a 97 Ford Taurus to stall. Another reason for stalling may be transmission bands sticking, which does not allow the transmission to come out of gear on idle.
let dealer do it for you. best policy. safety reason.
There is a way to bypass the ignition switch, but it's complicated. Maybe the best bet is to find another car you like, have your caddy towed to that dealer and trade it in on something that won't break down and leave you stranded with silly theft errors. There's a reason people aren't buying GM products.
That would depend on your purchase agreement. If you have no reason to take it back, you would be at the mercy of the dealer. If something goes wrong with it immediately, the dealer should either fix it or take it back. Usually the dealer will give you some kind of written warranty, but even without that, there is an implied warranty of fitness.
He can, but it's frowned upon, if he said the car was perfectly fine, then there is reason for fraud and you could sue him.
a reason could be that the baffles from the fuel tank are worned out and when you go around a curve the fuel moves away from the fuel pump giving you giving you that sense of stalling on curves.