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My BRAKE, Traction Control and ABS warning lights on the dash have been on since I bought this car over a year ago. It has front brakes only and they slide easily on wet road. I'm going to the salvage yard today to buy a control module out of a wrecked car. I hope it will be functional since there is no cash refund although they do have several Devilles with this part and I believe I can exchange it if needed (will verify that before pulling / paying for this). What all needs to be done electrically in order to swap this part other than disconnecting the battery under the back seat? This is a 2003 Deville base model with 230k miles and runs excellent on it's 2nd engine. It just won't stop in case of emergency. Any suggestions / direction are appreciated.
Current codes are:
No ABS Data
No AMP codes
No DDS codes
No DIM codes
IPC U1000 Class 2 Communication Malfunction / C
IPM B0429 Temperature Control #3 Rear Circuit Range/Performance / C
PCM P0442 Evaporative Emission (EVAP) System Small Leak Detected / C
PCM P1189 Engine Oil Pressure (EOP) Switch Circuit / C
PCM P1571 Traction Control Torque Request Circuit / C
PCM P0741 TCC System Stuck Off / C
PCM P1860 TCC PWM Solenoid Circuit Electrical
PCM U1040 Loss of Class 2 Communications with ABS / C
No PDM codes
RFA B3109 ? / C
RIM C0660 Level Control Exhaust Valve Circuit Malfunction / C
RIM C0658 Level Control Compressor Circuit High / C
No RRD Codes
SDM U1000 Class 2 Communication Malfunction / C
No VTD codes
Love this quote:
“I had been driving for hours to visit my ailing 89-year-old mom and didn’t realize how fast I was driving,” said Pirro.
The new Cadillac CT6 TT is a great tourer, but to not realize you are going 119+ implies some very long legs for cruising. My ATS-V is in the zone for steady cruising at ~80 mph, and I imagine the 8 speed in the CT6 is about the same. If she means she knew she was going fast but was simply driving safe for conditions, I understand. Long drives on straight interstates allow for quite high speeds to be traveled safely.
Cadillacs have always been great touring cars; clearly the CT6 continues that tradition.
Hej alla Cadillac vänner, det här ser ut att vara ett passande forum för min fråga.
Jag och sonen har skaffat oss ett hobby projekt i form av en Casillac Seville STS 1992, vi
har behov av att få fram vilken färgkod lacken har, tyvärr saknas märket vid reservhjulet
där färgkoden brukar så, jag har letat igenom internet.............. och hittat vad jag tror
är rätt färgkod, WA 9382 (U9382) Dark sapphire blue metallic, är det någon här som skulle
kunna titta på bilden och se om jag är rätt ute eller helt fel ute?
DK’s Donuts employee Marilyn “Lucy” Zilka dressed like Lucille Ball to deliver treats at Tustin fire stations as a thank you. She was chauffeured in a 1947 Cadillac once owned by the actress and her husband Desi Arnaz. (Photo courtesy of Marilyn Zilka)