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Hi all, First off I'm SO very happy I found this forum, I live in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and a Cadillac here is a bit of an Al Capone boat, no matter her age or model, most American cars are, but Cadillac.. that's only something from movies. BUT... I got myself about 1 year ago the real deal, a 2002 Deville in, I must say, mint condition, inside and out. No complaints exept for the radio that didnt do 'our' frequencies (or rather 50% of the fm frequencies, we use odd frequencies as well, the original radio only does even, or the other way around?). So replaced it with a ni
More information and photo's of the condition he left the man's Cadillac in after Carroll dropped it off at the Princeton, Texas, Walmart: http://victimsoftimcarroll.blogspot.com/2017/05/tim-carroll-sued-in-collin-county.html
Ok convinced I have a head gasket leak. Plumes of steam out tailpipe in non-cold weather. Rough idle at start and then clears up. Haven't had any overheating issues until yesterday morning, noticed the gauge just move over middle and then snap back to center. I put some bars pellets in it and it cleared up the tailpipe and stopped rough idle. I know this is temporary so please no bashing fix in a bottle. My question is can one remove the cradle and clear the body to access the rear head by jacking it up in your garage. I'd plan on full time serts or new gm stud kit I'm thinking maybe b