transmission fluid almost always goes in the dipstick tube
Transmission fluid is always put in through the Tranny dipstick tube.
depending on the year--some years show it on the fuse cover otherwise a shop manual will always have it
The oil pump is always turning like a mechanical fuel pump & has no cycle like the engine itself. It is driven by the distributor.
For a FWD 1993 Cadillac Deville there is no F85 BCM trouble code. There is however an E85 ECM trouble code. ECM codes always have a prefix of E. BCM codes always have a prefix of F. E85 - Throttle body service required (throttle valve not closing).
I have the same problem. Either low pressure on fuel pupm or one of the injectors is leaking overnight. Im sure once you get it started it always starts
if properly maintained it is possible for them to reach 200k + but you MUST maintain always
The Cadillac SRX is a vehicle that has always been called the SRX. No results come up for the Cadillac CRX. Perhaps the C can stand for Cadillac as in Cadillac RX.
eather the gage is broke, or the floats stuck, try hitting the side of the gas tank with a hammer,lightly. Plus, have you drivin the car in a while? the needle could simply be stuck.
5w30 motor oil. For high miles car 10w30 is fine. Always use name brand oils, like castrol or penzoil. Never use cheap generic oils in Caddys NORTHSTAR engine.
It is always the low side, the larger of the two hoses. On some cars, it is connected directly to the drier, which looks like a tall can with hoses coming from it on the left side under the hood, mounted near the fender. Good idea to pressure test it.
Make sure your Charge Alternator is working and charging your battery properly or else you will always have dead battery. Also avoid corrosion to build up in your battery poles. Make sure your battery poles are not loose and most of all always check water level of your battery.
No, not always, but in most cases yes. If the battery has a cell that is shorted out it may not jump start.
small battery big motor
Answer Red cable (+) goes to starter solenoid and Positive side of battery Black (-) cable goes to engine ground. When disconnecting a battery always disconnect the ground cable from the battery first. When connecting a battery always connect the ground cable to the battery last.
No. 91 octane is the minimum. I notice a huge difference in the way a Cadillac runs on 87. I always put 93 octane in Cadillac Fuel systems.
There are typically two cables, one is usually red and the other black. The black cable attaches to the negative terminal on the battery and the red wire connects to the positive terminal on the battery. When removing the battery from the vehicle always remove the negative cable from the battery first. When installing the new battery always connect the negative cable to the battery last.
i think so
If the windshield was installed by someone who knows what they're doing it will not leak.
The battery size for a 1987 Grand Marquis is a 4.6L. It is important to always check to make sure you have the correct size battery when you are replacing you battery..
With any battery on any car, the negative cable is ALWAYS the first off and last on.
Its always possible, but on rare occasions.
older cars had a generator ,not an alternator, but you can always use a battery charger to charge a battery
The cheapest is not always the best. Do a search online and you should have good options to compare. Just remember that your windshield is a safety feature in your car and you shouldn't go cheap on that.