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  1. The author of that article is full of crap when he sais the V8-6-4 engines had a tendency to explode after extended running in V4 mode... No V8-6-4 ever exploded - it would have made front page news if it did. What all these "armchair quarterback" authors do not realize is the government regulations strangled the automakers - they had no choice but to comply with engines that were detuned in order to meet the government requirements.
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  2. As someone interested in electric vehicles and Cadillacs in particular, I've followed the ELR's progress and owner comments closely since it arrived. The owner comment link in the above-mentioned post left me shaking my head in disbelief when I saw it was from Blastphemy. He's well known in the ELR community, but for the wrong reasons, unfortunately. The article ends with him liking the car after five months. What a difference nearly two years can make . . . Blasphemy never bought an ELR, he rented (leased) one. As an early adopter, he got soaked on the deal. Like the XLR, the ELR was
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  3. I had a little more time tonight and located the schematics for the turn signal and hazard warning signals. The turn signals in the 2002 Deville are simple switches that send signals to a computer, the turn/hazard flasher module, which also takes a signal from the DIM when the hazard switch is turned. All timing and logic is done in the turn/hazard flasher module, as well as switching the power to the front turn signal lines. Power is from the 10 Amp IGN 1 and 15 Amp TSIG/HAZ fuses in the rear fuse block. Rear turn signal lines are in another schematic, for the right and left tail lamps, a
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