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  1. Good Evening All, Well the wife called today to let me know the '04 Deville would not start after driving it four miles and shutting it off at the post office. After four attempts, she was able to get it fired up, and it ran fine. She forgot to tell me the car has been acting strange since Monday. Monday afternoon, with the car 'hot', it almost stalled as she pulled out onto the highway from a cross road. She had to back off the throttle, then give it gas gradually. She said it shook violently, as if going over rumble strips! It did the same thing Tuesday morning when it was 'cold'. Today with the almost no start condition, I immediately thought of cam sensors. Are bad cam sensors common in the '04 model year? I plan to pull codes when I get home tonight. She said the engine light never came on. Just looking for a method to determine where the problem might be. I really need the reliability of this car ight now with it being a daily driver for the grandkids back and forth twenty miles to school, four trips a day. Thanks in advance for chiming in with your thoughts! Ohio Jim
  2. Hello, just join Caddyinfo.. I recently bought a 1996 Eldorado. Car has 149K (miles). I can't seem to figure out why the car has a hard/cold starting problem. It takes 10 + try's first thing in the morning. Once, it starts, it runs great all day, including starting. I replaced the fuel pressure regulator, spark plugs & wires.& new battery ,no difference. When I try starting the car in the morning, it back fires a little. I smell gas & once it starts, you can see & smell the fuel from the tail pipes.. no current codes are Current, however there are some history code i.e P0108 map sensor & P0325 knock sensor. But, are both showing a history. Can't figure it out. I was going to change the fuel filters,as they look original. Anyone have any ideas? please feel free to comment. thx Joe