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   Summary of Contents for Cadillac 1995 DeVille

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    D E VILLE O W N E R ’ S L I T E R A T U R E 1 9 9 5 REPRODUCTION 3547065...

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    Henry Leland, known as the master of precision, initiated his pre- cision manufacturing techniques founding of Cadillac 1902. His exacting standards prompted the motto which Cadillac been guided over the years "Craftsmanship Creed -Accuracy Law:' The introduction the first four cylinder en-...

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    . equipment. "The Penaiti. ol Leadershly' first appearec; in thr January 1ssuc Saturday Evening Post aa an expression of the Cadillac com- mitment ieadershlp quality, and mnovatlon wldelp regarded as the finest. documents ever written and was published following...

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    In 1957 the Eldorado Brougham featured vances such as air suspension, mem- ory seat, automatic electric door locks, transistor radio, a brushed Cadillac stainless steel roof and low profile tires..This 19.53,...

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    This rich tradition continues '90s as into the Cadillac became the first automobile manufacturer awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality A\vard. The 1992 SeviIle to win all three major first car ever automotive awards: Car Motor Trend; Ten Best List, Car &...

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    It also explains the “SIR” system. Section 2 Features and Controls This section explains how to start and operate your Cadillac. Section 3 Comfort Controls and Audio Systems This section tells you how to adjust the ventilation and...

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    Please keep this manual in your Cadillac, so it will be there if you ever need it when you’re on the road. If you sell the vehicle, please leave this manual in it so the new owner can use it.

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    HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL Many people read their owner’s manual from beginning to end when they first receive their new vehicle. This will help you learn about the features and controls for your vehicle. In this manual: you’ll find that words work together to explain things quickly.

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    You will also find a circle with a slash through it in this book. This safety symbol means “Don’t,’’ “Don’t do this,” or “Don’t let this happen.” Vehicle Damage Warnings Also, in this book you will find these notices: NOTICE: These mean there is something that could damage your vehicle.

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    Vehicle Symbols These are some of the symbols you will find on your vehicle. For example, symbols these are used on an original battery: CAUTION PROTECT EYES POSSIBLE INJURY 8 V SHlflDlNG SPARKS AVOID COULD FLAMES EXPLODE BATTERY These svmbols arc important for you and your passengers whenever your vehicle driven: DOOR LOCK UNLOCK...

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    NOTES Vlll...

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    SEATS AND RESTRAINT SYSTEMS Hers you'll find information about the seats i n your Cadillac and how to v;ur safety belts properly. You can also Icarn some things you about air bags and safcty shohd w t do with belts.

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    Seat Adjzrster Moving the center switch either to the UP or DN position moves the entire seat up o r ciuwn. Push the center switch to the FWD or BACK position to move the entire seat forward or re;~nvard. Reclining Front Seatbacks Malzual Seatbnck Recliner Pressing the front SEAT ADJUSTER...

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    Power Seatback Recliner But don't have a seatback reclined if your vehicle is moving. (O@diz) Move the RECLINER switch rearward to recline and push the switch forward to return the seatback to an upright position. the seatback...

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    For proper protection when seatback upright, Then proper[?. safety belt Heated Front Feature (Option) Seat ....the vehicle is in motion, have well back i.n the seat and wear y a w...

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    Sufety Belts Work E k e the simplest velicle. Suppose it's a seat on wheels. just...

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    I... Then stop the vehicle. The rider doesn't stop. The person keeps w i n g until stopped by something. In a real vehicle. could be the windshield speed.

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    With safety belts, you slow d o w ~ as the vehiclc does. YXI get more time to stop. You stop over more distance, forces. That's why safety belts make such ..and your strongest bones good instrument pancl...

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    4. Push the latch plate into the buckle until Pull up on the latch plate to make sure it is secure. I f the belt isn't long enough, see "Safety Belt Extender" at the end of this section. Make sure release button be able to unbuckle the safety belt quickly ...

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    The lap part of the belt should worn l o w or1 the hips, just snug arld touching the thighs. I n a crash, this applies force the strong pel& bones. And vou' L d be less likely to slide under the lap belt. If you slid under it, the%elt would app1y"forcc your abdomen.

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    Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster Before you begin to drive, move the shoulder belt adjuster to the height that is right for you.

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    Shoulder Belt Tightness Adjustnze~ Your car has a shoulder belt tightness adjustment feature. belt seems too tight, adjust it before you becin to drive. 1. Sit well back in the seat. 2. Start pulling the shoulder belt out. Just before it reaches the end, give it a quick pull. 1-15 the shoulder...

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    Let the belt back sound. If you don't, the adjustment feature won't set, and you'll have to start again. 5. Now you can add a small amount o f slack. Lean folward slightly. then sit back. If you've added more than shoulder belt out as you did before a n d start again.

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    What's wrong with this? 1-17...

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    What's wrong with this?

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    What’s wrong with this?

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    What's w7rong with this? The belt is twisted across body. 1-20...

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    R E S T M N T SYSTEM (SIR) This part explains the Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR), or air bag, system. Your Cadillac has two air bags bag for the right front passenger. one air bag for the driver and another air...

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    How the Air Bug System Works 1-24...

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    Where is bag? driver's air bag is in the middle of the steering wheel. The right front is i n the instrument panel passsngor's air When should an air bag inflate? The air bag is designed newfrontal crashes. Thc air above system's dcsigned "threshold Icvzl."...

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    What makes an air bag inflate? In a frontal or near-frontal impact of sufficient severity. the air bag sensing system detects that the vehicle is suddenly stopping as a result of a crash. The sensing system triggers sealed in the inflator. The reaction produces nitrogen the air bag.

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    Servicing Your Air Bag-Equipped Cadillac...

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    RIGHT FRONT PASSENGER POSITION The right front passenger‘s safety belt works the same way safety belt. See “Driver Position:” earlier in this section. portion of the belt is pulled When the back a l l the way and start again. does, let it Be sure to use the correct buckle when buckling your lap-shoulder belt.

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    Buckle, position release lap-shoulder belt. If the belt isn't long enough. see .'Safety Belt Extender" at the end of this section. Make sure the release button on the buckle is positioned so you able to unbuckle the safety belt quickly if you ever had to. To make the belt shorter? pull its free belt is snug.

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    REAR SEAT PASSENGERS Rear Seat Outside P'usserzger Pusitiotzs...

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    Lap-Shoulder Belt The positions next the windows have lap-shoulder belts. Here's how wear one prope.i-ly.

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    I f the bclt is n o t long enough, see "Safety Belt Extender" at the end of this section. Make sure the release button o n the buckle is positioned so be able to unbuckle the safety belt quickly if you ever had to. would If the belt stops before reaches the buckle,...

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    The safetv belt locks if there's a sudden or a crash, or if you pull stop belt very quickly out of retractor.

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    To unlatch the belt, just push the button on the buckle. 1-37...

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    CHILDREN Everyone in a vehiclc needs protection! That includcs infants and all children smaller than adult size. 111 fact, the United States and i n ev21-y age must be restrained while in a vehicle. Smaller Children and Babies i n every state i n the Canadian province says children up some...

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    CHILD RESTRAINTS Be sure to follow the instructions for the restraint. You instructions the restraint itself or i n a use the belt system i n your vehicle, but the child also has to be secured within the reitraint to help rcduce the chance o f pzrsonal injury. The instructions come with the infant or child restraint will that...

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    Wherever you install it, be sure to secure the child restraint properly. Keep in mind that an unsecured child restraint can move around in collision or sudden stop and injure people in the vehicle. Be sure to properly secure any child restraint in your vehicle even when no child is 1-41...

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    Top Strap Your deafer can obtain install. yourseii' ushg t k Use the tether hardware kit wailable from the dealer. The 11ardww and installation instructions were specifically designed hardware kit and instali tht: instructions provided i r ? l 1-42 If your child restraint has a top strap, it should...

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    Child Restraint in Rear Securing Seat Outside...

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    4. Buckle the belt. Make sure the release button is ,.,.,... positioned would be able to unbuckle the safety beit quickly if you ever had...

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    To tighten the belt. pull up on the shoulder belt while you push down on the child restraint. To remove the child restraint. just u~~l->uckle the vehicle's safety belt and back all the way. The safety freely again and be bclt will ~IIOVC...

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    ....See the earlier part about the top strap if the child restraint has one. 1. Make the belt as long as possible by tilting the latch plate and pulling it along the belt.

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    Child Restraint in the Right Front Seat Securing Position Your vehicle has right front passenger air hac. N u ~ w put child restraint in this seat. Here's why: in a rear-facing child the right front passenger's air hack a rear-facing child restraint would be very ciase inflating bag.

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    If the shoulder belt goes in front of the child's face or neck, put it behind the child restraint. 5. Buckle the belt. 4. Pick up the 1 atch plate, and run the lap and shoulder portions of the vehicle's safety belt through around the restraint.

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    To remove the child restraint, just iinkuckle the vehicle's safety belt and let it go back all the way. The safety belt will move freely again and be ready to work for a n adult or larger child passenger. Larger Children Children who have outgrown child restraints should wear the vehicle's safety belts.

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    What if a child is wearing a lap-shoulder hut the child is so belt, small that the shoulder belt is vet7 close child’s face or neck‘!

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    Wherever the child sits. the lap portion of the belt should be worn low just touching the child‘s thighs. This applies belt and snug on the hips, force to the child’s pelvic bones in a crash. 1-53...

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    SAFETY BELT EXTENDER If the vehicle's safety belt will fasten around you, you should use it. But if a safety belt isn't long enough to fasten, your dealer will order you an extender. It's free. When you go in to order it, take the heaviest coat you will wear, so the extender will be long enough for you.

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    When your new Cadiilac is delivered, the dealer removes the plug from the door key. The plug locksmith how to make extra keys. However, the ignition key does not have the knockout plug. The ignition key has a bar code tag attached to Your dealer or qualified locksmith, make your ignition key.

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    NOTICE: Your Cadillac has a number of new features that can help prevent theft. But you can have a vehicle if you ever lock your keys inside. You may even have to damage your vehicle to get in.

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    to lock There are several ways and unlock your vehicle: From the outside, use your door key.

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    Power Door Locks Autonzatic Door Locks Press the power door lock switch to lock or unlock the doors once. rear power door lock switches only provide a lock function ,as a safetv feature. They unlock w i l l h t the boors.

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    Rear Door Security Locks Your Cadillac is equipped with rear door security locks that help prevent passengers from opening the rear doors of your car from the inside. To open a rear door when thc security lock is on: When you w a n t I .

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    Leaving Your Khicle If you are leaving the vehicle. open the door, out and close the door. Centrul Door Unlocking System (Option) Your vehicle will have this feature if Deterrent system. When unlocking either door. you can unlock the other doors by hoiding the key i n Lockout Feutwe Anti-...

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    Matching Rmsmitter(s) To Your Vehicle Each key chain transmitter is coded to prevent another transmitter from unlocking your vehicle. If be purchased through your dealer. Remember to bring any remaining transmitters with you when you matches the replacement transmitter to your vehicle. the remaining transmitters n m t also be ntatched.

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    AUTOlMATIC PULL-DOWN FEATURE NOTICE: your trunk l i d down. If you slam it, Don't slam pull-down system. Align the notches cover and the tranmitter. Rotate the cover clockwise reinstall. damage yo11...

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    runk Security Override .., ..

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    Remote Trunk Release . , . CAUTION: ''Engine Exhaust" in You'll find this button Control Panel. Press this button to release the trunk lid. The shift lever has PARK (P) and the ignition i n the RUN position or in the .

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    FRONT STORAGE ARIMREST front armrest opens Inside you w i l l find storage for tapes or CD's. a coinholder and a cupholder flips forward for use. that R E M STORAGE ARMIREST Your vehicle is also equipped with a rear seat flip-up armrest which includcs a storage compartment for hpes that flips forward for usc.

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    THEFT the Ignition Parking Night Parking Lots...

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    H o w Test the Alarm 1. From insidc the vehicle roll vehicle, keeping the door open. 2. From outside the vehicle power door lock or the Keyless Entry 3. Reach in and unlock the door using door. The will sound and your Ileadlanqx w i l l flash. your window, then get out of your down...

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    The ignition key must or the engine may not start. If the engine does not start and the STARTING DISABLED DUE TO fHEFT SYSTEM REMOVE 1GNITION KEY message the ignition off. clear1 and dry before it's inserted in the ignition is displayed, the kcy mag be dirty or wet.

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    NEW VEHICLE “BREAK-IN” NOTICE: Your modern Cadillac doesn’t it will perform better in the long run if you follow these. guidelines: Don’t drive at any one speed miles (‘804 km). Don’t make full-throttle starts. Avoid making hard so. During this time your new in.

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    NOTICE: your key seems stuck in LOCK and you can't turn it, be s w e it is si1 the way it is, then trrrn the steering wl~eel left and right while you turn the key hard, But turn the key only with your hand.

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    NEUTRAL (N) only. NOTICE: Don't try to shift to PARK (P) if your Cadillac is moving. If you do, you could damage the transaxle. Shift to PARK (P) only when your vehicle is stopped.

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    If it doesn’t start right away, hold vour seconds at a time until your engine starts:Wait about 15 seconds between each to help avoid draining your battety left headlanip and left taillamp may Your engine, but the right headlamp and taillamp won‘t.-This prohdes some light as you start but doesn’t drain your battery as much.

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    ENGINE COOLANT HEATER (OPTION) 'lir use the coolant heater: NOTICE: After you've used store cord the coolant heater, sure before t o keep from engine parts. 11' moving it was it away...

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    NOTICE: Damage to your transaxle caused by shifting out of' PARK NEUTRAL ( N ) with the engine racing isn't covered warranty. NOTICE: your vehicle seems to not to shift gears as you accelerate, something transaxle system sensor. If you drive very far that way, with your vehicle can be damaged.

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    THIRD (3): This position limits upshifting ;~nd will ;tliow to shift l l o t into AUTOMATIC OVERDRIVE (@)). :Here are examples for using (3) :instead of' A'U?'O.iiATIC THIRD OVERDRIVE 2-28...

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    NOTICE: Driving with the parking brake on can cause your rear brakes to overheat. You may have to replace them and you could also damage other parts of your vehicle. Ifyou are towiqg trniler Index. This section shows what to do first to keep the trailer from moving.

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    Steering Column shift Lever Turn the ignition key to the OFF or RUN position. H o l d the brake pedal 3. Move the shift lever- into the PARK (P) position like this: 4. With your right foot still holding the brake pedal dow11. set the parking brake.

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    Leaving Your 'Vehicle the Engine Kunrzing with Torque Lock...

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    SHIFTING OUT OF PARK (P) Your Cadillac has brake-transaxle shift interlock. You haw to fully q p l y your regular hrakes h e f o r r you can shift from PARK (P) when the ignition is in the R U N position. See "A~utomatic Transaxle" in the Index.

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    RUNNING YOUR ENGINE WHILE YOU.” PARKED park with the engine running. But if you ever L-lme to, It’s better not here are some things know. 2-35...

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    POWER WINDOWS Move the switch forw;lrd Your vehicle has Retained Accessory vehicle and turn the ignition key windows. The electrical power until you open door or another 10 minutcs, just turn the raise the window. Power (RAP). When you stop your OFF.

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    Express Down Window (Auto) The driver's POMW w i i d o w morc and then let go. The window will lower for half a secolld completely. If you want to stop the window as switch again. To raise the window, press and hold the switch forward. Rear Window Lock Press the right side of the switch to disable rear passenger window switches.

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    HORN To sound the horn just press a corner of the air bag located in the center of the steering wheel. TILT WHEEL A tilt steering wheel allows you to adjust the steering wheel before you drive. You can also raise the steering wheel to the highest level to give your legs more room when you exit and enter the vehicle.

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    TURN SIGNAIMULTIFUNCTION L E W R The l e ~ r on the left side of the steering column includes your: Turn Signal and Lane Change Indicator Headlamp High-Low Beam Flash-To-Pass Feature Windshield Wipers Windshield Washer Cruise Control 2-39...

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    Turn Signal and Lane Change Indicator Lever The turn signal upward (for right) and two downward (for left) positions. These positions allow you signal turn or lane change.

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    As you signal a turn or a lane change, if the arrows on a signal bulb may be burned signal. If a bulb is burned o u t , g o on arrows don't at all when you signal a turn. check the fuss (see ''FL~s~s"...

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    Flash-To-Pass Feature This lets you use your high beam headlamps to signal a driver you want pass. It works even if your I~eadlamps are off. that X> use it, pull the multifunction lever toward you. When you do: If vour headlamps are off. your high beam headlamps will turn Tiey'll stay on long...

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    DELAE With this vou the wiper spccd for a long or short delay can set bctwcen wipes. M6vc thc band DELAY position. The closcr you t11c move it t o LO the shorter the delay. Windshield Washer 3-43...

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    NOTICE: When using concentrated washer fluid, follow the manufacturer's instructions for adding water. Don't mix water with ready-to-use washer iluid. Water can cause the solution to freeze and damage your washer fluid tank and other parts of the washer system. Also, water doesn't clean as well Fill your washer...

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    To Set Cruise Control ........".

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    2. Get up to the speed you want. 5 . Take your foot off the accelerator pedal. 3. Press the button at the end of the lever and release it. The CRUISE ENGAGED message will display on the Driver Information Center for a few seconds indicating the cruise is working.

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    To Resume Set Speed 3-48...

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    To Increase Speed W i l e Using Cruise Control There are two ways go to a highcr 1. Usc thc accelerator pedal to get to the higher speed. 2. Press the button the end o f the accelerator pedal. You‘ll now cruise at thc higher speed. To Reduce Speed While Using Cruise Control Tc) slow down i n very small time you do...

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    Lamps on Reminder you open the door while leaving the lamps on, except when using twilight sentinel, you will hear a warning tone. Interior Lamps ' h r n the headlamp switch past HI Twilight Sentinel ..The control is next to the headlamp switch.

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    Light Sensor Cornering Lamps The cornering lamps come on when you signal a turn and the headlamps or parkine lamps are on. They provide more light for cornering. Underhood Lamp To operate the underhood lamp, turn on your parking lamps. Then the underhood lamp will illuminate when the hood is open.

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    Daytime Running Lamps (Canada Only) Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) can make front of your vehicle during the day. DRL can be helpful in many different driving conditions, periods after dawn and before sunset. light sensor o n top of the instrument panel makes the DRL work, so sure isn't covered.

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    MapIReading Lamps These lamps and the interior courtesy lamps will come on whe.n you open a door. You have map lamps located overhead panel. Press the button to turn them on. Press it again to turn off. If your vehicle is equipped with the optional astroroof, you can illuminate the rear...

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    Rear Taillamp Monitor The rear taillamp monitors are located You will see them as you are looking through your inside rearview mirror. The two red indicators will illuminate to show that your taillamps and brake lamps are working. Assist Handles A folding handle over each passenger door can be used when getting out of the vehicle.

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    The mirror will darken gradually to reduce glare. This change may take, a few seconds. When the glare subsides, the mirror returns to its ckar daytime state. Your Cadillac is equipped with an automatic electrochromic inside rearview mirror.

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    On/Off Switch Reverse Gear Day Mode The reverse mode is another important feature of the automatic mirror. When the shift lever is in REVERSE (R), the mirror changes placed the daytime inode for a bright image in the mirror as back up.

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    Electrochromic DaylNight Rearview Mirror with Compass (Option)

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    OFF Turns off the dayinight function and compass. The mirror will stay i n the day setting. To keep the photocells operating well, occasionally clean them with a cotton and glass cleaner. swab M: This turns the day/night portion o f the mirror reduce glare.

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    normal calibration, drive the velicle on your everyday routine. and thc compass w i l l evcntualiy calibrate. Compass Variance...

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    Power Remote Control Mirrors ........The control on the driver's door armrest operates both outside rearview mirrors.

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    Move the switch forward to extend both mirrors back to the normal viewing position. FLOOR MATS Your Cadillac is equipped with rubber-backed front and rear floor mats. Keep them clean by vacuuming and using a spot cleaner, if necessary. not machine wash.

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    CONKENIENCE NET Put small loads, like grocery bags, behind the net. I t can help keep them from falling over during sharp turns The net is not for larger, heavier loads. Store them i n tkc trunk as far forward as you can. When not using the net, hook the net securing to the sill plate.

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    Front Visor and Auxiliary Sunshade System To block out glare, swing down the visor. You can also remove them from the center mount and swing them the side, while the auxiliarqr sunshade remains to block glare from the front. one, pull the front shade from the headliner and position it to your preference.

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    Front k n i t y Mirrors Seat To use one, turn the sunshade down. Then lift the cover up to see mirror. The slid2 switch controls the lamps intensity.

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    ASTROROOF If you have this option. the switch is here: open the glass panel and sunshade, sunshade can also be opened by hand. If you want to stop the roof in a partially opened position, press the switch in either direction. Press the switch again to open it fully.

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    HomeLink Universal Transmitter This transmitter allows you individual hand-held transmitters. It with the accessory package, other devices controlled by radio frequency such as home/office lighting systems and security systems. The transmitter will learn and transmit the frequencies o f most current transmitters and is powered by This device complies with Part to the following...

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    Your vehicle's engine should be turned off while transmitter. Follow these steps to Note to Canadian Owners: During programming. your hand-held transmitter may stop transmitting after one or two seconds. If programrning from one o f these transmitters, the Homelink light mav prompt you to re-activate your hatdl1cld transmitter with s h e s double blinks.

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    Operating the Transmitter Press the appropriate button on the HomeLink The red light comes on while the signal is being transmitted. Note that the effective transmission range of the HomeLink” Transmitter may differ from your hand-held transmitter and from one channel to another.

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    ASHTRAYS To clean the ashtray lift it out by pulling on the snuffer. If the ashtray will not come out, push upon the ashtray bowl and remove it. Rear Door Ashtray LIGHTERS To access the front ashtray pull the drawer out.

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    NOTICE: Don’t put papers or other flammable items into your ashtrays. Hot cigarettes or other smoking materials could ignite them, causing a damaging fire. Cigarette Lighter It’s located near the ashtray. To use the lighter just press it in all the way and let go.

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    THE INSTRUMENT PANEL: YOUR INFOR2MATION SYSTEM Your instrument panel i s designed to let you know at a glance how your Cadillac is running. You'll you're using and m a n y safely and economicaily. Digital Cluster fast you're going,...

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    Speedometer and Odometer Your speedometer lcts and kilometers per h o u i (krnihj. Your odometer shows how vehicle has been driven, in either miles (used in the United States) or kilometers (used in Canada). You may wonder what happens if a car has to have a new odometcr installed.

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    WARNING LIGHTS This part describes the warning lights t h a t arc on your vehiclc. The pictures will help you locate thcnl. Warning lights signal serious enough to cause an cxpensive repair o r rcplaccment. Paying attcntion to your warning lights could also save YOU or others from injury. Warning lights come on when there your vehicle's functions.

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    Air Bag Readiness Light There is an air bag readiness light BAG. The system checks the air bag’s electrical system for malfunctions. The light tells you if there is an electrical problem. The system check includes the air bag sensors and modules, the wiring and the diagnostic module. For more information on the air bag system, see ‘Air Bag”...

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    If it stays on after your parking brake is fully released, it means you have a brake problem. Your Cadillac's hydraulic brake system divided into parts. If one...

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    Then start the engine again comes on again while you’re driving. your Cadillac needs setvicc. I f the regular brake system warning light isn’t don‘t have anti-lock brakes. If also on, you don’t have anti-lock brakes and thcrc’s a problem...

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    Truction Control System Active Message When your traction control svstem is limiting wheel spin, the TWCTION ACTIVE message will be displayed. Slippery road conditions may exist if this message is displayed. so adjust vour driving accordingly. This message will stav on for a few seconds after the traction control system stops spin.

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    Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Service Engine Soon Light) NOTICE: If you keep tlri\ing your \chicle w i t h this on, after light a while the emission controls won't work a s well, your fuel economy won't be as good and engine may not run as smoothly.

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    Engine Oil Wanting Light (Canadiun Only) NOTICE: Damage to your engine from neglected oil problems can be costly and is not covered by your warrmty This light tells you if there could be a problcm w i t h your engine oil pressure.

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    Fuel Gage Digital Gage If the fuel level is within the lctter F is shown. If the fuel level is between empty, the letter E is shown. If the fuel supply 1 gallon (3.8 liters) the E will tlash and the FUEL LEVEL VERY LOW message will appear in the Driver Information Center (DIC).

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    Fuel Data Panel Press thc AVG button t o display thc Average Milc Per Gallon (AVG MPG). You can also display it button. When AVG MPG is sclected, the total distance used. When the INST MPG (Instantaneous Fuel Economy) is selected, you w i l l see what your fuel econonly is at that instant.

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    The RANGE display shows how far the computer thinks you can travel with the fuel that is in your tank. The computer does not know what driving conditions will be like for the rest of your trip, so the range is estimated on your recent fuel economy.

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    Driver Information Center Control Buttons INFORMATION Button Pressing the INFORMATION button rcpeatcdly will display the AVG MPH, MPG AVG. FUEdL USED, OIL LIFE LEFT, RESET Button Pressing the RESET button will reset the AVG MYH, MPG AVG, FUE-L USED, OIL LIFE LEFT, TIMER Button The TIMER feature is like a stopwatch.

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    AVG MPH (Average Speed) Reset Press repeatedly the INFORMATION button to display the AVG MPH, then press and hold the RESET button until 0.0 AVG MPH is displayed. MPG AVG (Average Fuel Economy) Reset Press repeatedly the INFORMATION button to display the MPG AVG, then press and hold the RESET button until 0.0 AVG MPG is displayed.

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    This message shows that the electrical charging system is overcharging, (more than I6 volts). To avoid being stranded have the electrical system checked by your Cadillac dealership. You can reduce the charging 0verlo;d by using the accessories. Turn on the lamps and radio, set the climate cohtrol on AUTO and the fan spced window defogger on.

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    Check the brake reservoir level and add as needed. Have low. the brake system serviced by a Cadillac technician as soon as possible. If the brake warning light CHECK COOLANT LEVEL This message will appear when there is a low level of engine coolant.

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    LOW OIL LEVEL of the low oil sensing For correct operation on a level surface. A false LOW OIL LEVEL mcssage may appear if the vehicle is parked on grades. The oil level sensing svstem does not check for actual oil level if the engine has been off for a short period of time, and the oil level is never sensed while the engine is running.

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    SERVICE NOW REFER TO OWNERS MANUAL This message appears ifvou M0d~1le (PCM). To corrict this problem have your vehicle serviced your Cadillac dealership. SERVICE RIDE CONTROL This message is displayed operating properlv. To correct this problem your Cadillac deaiership.

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    STOP ENGINE ENGINE OVERHE'4TED This message will appear whcn your engine has overheated. Stop and your engine off imrnediatcly to ;woid severe engine damage. See "Engine Ovcrhcating" i n thc Index. SERVICE VEHICLE SOON This message will appcar if therc is a problem with vour Emission Control Svstem.

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    TRANS FLUID RESET With the engine not running and the ignition ON, press and hold the and REAR DEFOG buttons until the TRANS FLUID RESET message appears in the Information Ce.nter (bctween five and 20 seconds). TURN SIGNAL ON This message is a reminder, after driving about a mile, that you have your turn signal on.

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    SERVICEkIDE CONTROL message will be displayed on the Drker Information Center. If the messagc should appear, have your vehicle serviced at your Cadillac dealer at your earliest convenience. your vehicle speed increases, the 2-93...

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    For moro information when to change your oil. see the Cadillac M a i n t e n x w Schedule Booklet. If you see CHANGE OIL SOON, your oil life left and you should consider changing your engine oil.

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    For a larger air leak the air compressor may stay on for up to seven minutes. You should see your dealer for service, but you can keep driving lyour Cadillac. miles ( 5 000 km) or and air tubing. The compressor...

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    COMFORT CONTROLS AND AUDIO SYSTEMS In this section you'll find out how to operate the comfort control systems and audio systenx offered with your Cadillac. Be sure to read about the particular system supplied with your vehicle. YOUR CADILLACAIR SYSTEM Outside Air Outside air flows through your vehicle when it is moving.

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    Electronic Climate Control (ECC) Your vehicle has strategically placed electronic sensors that feed information to the vehicle’s computer svstems. Your vehicle can control the ventilation, heating and air conditidning automatically year round. The outside temperature, inside temperature setting, €an speeds and the ECC selection are displayed on a digital screen.

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    Temperature and-the airflow could be directcd tlmugh the defroster and floor ducts. airflow may 1 air lnovc to thc instrument pane maintain interior comfort. the outlets and floor ducts (Bi-Level). On bright sunny days in cold weather airflow may come out of the A/C outlets (Bi-Lwei mode) to maintain comfort a i d prevent stuffiness.

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    Electronic Climate Control Features Purge If your vehicle is sitting out on a hot day and you have it set on AUTO, the air will first flow o u t normal. This is to expel hot air flow will move through the A/C outlets. If you start your vehicle with the fan setting on H I it will skip the Cold Weather Purge On cold days when your system is first turned on, in either the AUTO or...

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    controller the Can allows prevcnts cold air from blowing into the passenger compartment. fan to run only at want the blowcr \ / o u (upper) button you sce HI on the display. until If you want the fan speed higher than the AUTO setting.

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    REAR DEFOGGER Press this button to turn on the rear defogger. With it, your rear window and both outside rearview mirrors arc heated. The system will automatically shut off after 10 minutes. If further defogging is desired, simply press the button again. NOTICE: Scraping the inside of your rear window could cut and damage the heating grids.

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    Rear Seat Air Outlet Zleoted Windshield (Option) Move the center dial vent airflow from either upper or kloor side lcver located i n the center of cach vent either thc left. 3. Press tllc DE-ICE switch. A light will conx on tell you it is working.

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    The system will go off after a four-minute heating cycle. If you shift out of PARK (P), the system w i l l only cyclc for two minutes. If you want it to cycle again? press the switch. It will go on for two-minute cycles after that. If it has cleared your windshield before the cycle is over, you can by just pressing...

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    Stereo Press and hold SCAN. When the clock release. Your clock is set. to the correct minute, gets...

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    How to Operate Your Audio Systems Your Cadillac will have one of the following Dclco”*’ Radio Systems. Please read about the system that pertains to your vehicle. AM/FM ETR Cassette Stereo The Upper Knob I t controls the volunlc. lets you see what station y o u have. (Whcn knob to the station.)

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    The Lower. Knob Finding Station Pushbuttons: You car1 set the pushbuttons to get up to 14 favorite stations (seven on FM and seven more on AM.) 1. Choose either AM or FM. 2. Tune i n a desired station. 3. Press the SE? button. pushbuttons 4.

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    In addition to the four stations set as above, up to three additional stations mav be present on each band by pressing two adjoining buttons at the same time. 1. Tune a desired station. 2. Press the SET button. 3. Press any two adjoining pushbuttons at the same timc within five seconds.

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    To Play a Cassette Tape T&-n the radio on. through the Insert cassette the display will light.) If you hear nothing or hear just Press the STOP- EJC? butron to remove the tape and start i n sc~uarely. over. The tape equalization is automatically sensed and set. Inserting the cassette also automatically disables DNR"::: and activates DOLBY ',noise reduction.

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    PUSH-PROG: Press this button (upper knob) to switch from playing one side of the tape to the other. STOP-EJECT Press this button The Delco% Active Audio Music System with Cassette Player (Option) This optional music system is the Delco" Active Audio System with dual playback.

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    The Lower Knob the Torte Setting BASS: The slide control increases Moving the control to thc right increases bass while moving it to the left decreases it. TREB: The slide control increases or decrcases the treble response tone. Moving the control to the right increases treble while moving to the left decreases it.

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    Your Cassette Tape Player Your cassette tape player works best with tapes long on each side. %pes Longer than that are so thin that they may not work well in this player. If you look at the tape. or o n its label or box, is 70 rnicrosoconds (70 p) or 120 microseconds (120 “equalization,”...

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    The Delco'g;8 Active Audio Music System with Cassette and CD Player (Option) This optional music system is the Delco" Active Audio System with dual playback. The system includes an AM and FM Stereo el&tronically tuned radio rece,ivsr with an integral cassette and compact disc (CD) player and eleven Delco", custom designed speakers with ranges.

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    The Lower Knob Tbrn the lowcr knob to choose radio stations. Press the knob between Behind the lower knob is the kdc control. It the front and rear spcakcrs. Finding Station SEEK: This button selects stations, but it doesn't keep moving does.

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    Tape Player Your Cassette Your cassette tape player works best with tapes that are 30 to cach side. Thpes longer than that are so t h i n that they may not long work well i n this player. I f vou look the tape, or on its label or box.

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    To Play a Compact Disc NOTICE: begin, Before you please note: don’t use the called “singles” (even with an adapter). They won’t eject. Use full-size compact discs only. 1. Turn the radio on. 2. Insert the CD (label side up) partway into the slot. The player will pull it in.

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    PREY Press this button to go back to the beginning of the track. Pressing this button when in the pause period between tracks will take it back to the start of the track preceding the pause. NEXT: Press this button to advance to the next track. ST/PL: Press this button and the tape or CD w i l l stop without ejecting and the radio will start to play.

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    Tips about Your Audio System Be aware that hearing damage from loud noise is almost undetectable until it is too late. Your hearing can adapt to higher volumes of sound. Sound that seems normal can precautions by adjusting the volume control on your radio to a safe sound level before your hearing adapts to it.

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    Be sure never to touch the signal surface when handling discs. Pick up discs by grasping the outer edges or the edge of the hole and the outer edge. Tape Player or a damaged mechanism. they operate properly or cause Cadillac dealership. 3-23 Cassette tapes should at fault. If this other...

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    Power Antenna Mast Care To Clean the Antenna Mast 1. Turn on the ignition and radio extension. 2. Dampen a clcan cloth with mineral spirits or equivalent solvent. 3. Wipe the cloth over the mast sections, removing any 4. Wipe dry with a clean cloth before retracting. 5.

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    DEFENSZW DRDTNG The best advice anyone can give about driving is: Drive defensively. Please start with a very important safety device in your Cadillac: Buckle up. (See “Safety Belts” in the Index.) Defensive driving really means “be ready for anvthing.” On city streets, rural roads, or freeways, ..

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    Assume that pedestrians or other drivers arc going to be careless and make mistakes. Anticipate what they might do. Be ready for their mistakes. Rear-end collisions are about the most preventable o f accidents. Yet they are common. Allow cnough following distance. It's the best defensive driving maneuver, in both city and rural driving.

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    The Bloocl Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of someone who is drinking depends upon four things: much alcohol consunlcd The drinker’s body weigh1 The amount of food that is consumed before and during drinking of time it has taken the drinker to c o I w n x the alcohol length According to the American Medical Association.

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    There is a gender difference, too. Women generally have a lower relative percentage of water than men. Since alcohol is carried in body body water, this means that a woman generally will reach a higher BAC level than a man of her same body weight when each has the same number of drinks.

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    CONTROL OF A WHICLE You have three systenx that make your vehicle go where you want They are the brakes, thc steering and the accelerator. All three systems have to do their work at thc places where the tires meet the road. Sometimes, as when you're driving on snow or ice, it's easy to ask more of those control systems than the tires and road can provide.

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    Braking action involves yereeption time and recrction time. First, you have, to decide to push on the brake pedal. That’sperceptioll time. Then you have to bring up your foot and do Average rerzcfiorz t h e is about 3/4 of a second. But that’s only an average. might be less one driver and as long as two or three seconds or with...

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    4nti-Lock Brakes (ABS) Your Cadillac has an advanced electronic braking system that will help )revent a braking skid. ANTI- ( ! I LOCK When you start your vshiclc and begin to drive away, you may hear a momentaw motor o r cliclcing noise. And you may even notic; that your brake pedal nloves a little while this is going on.

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    You slam on the brakes. Here's A computer senses that wheels are slowing down. If one of the wheels is about to stop rolling, the computer will separately work the brakes at each front wheel and at the rear wheels. The anti-lock system can change the brake pressure faster than any driver could.

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    Traction Control System Your vehicle has a traction control system that limits wheel spin. This is especially useful in slippery road conditions. The system operates only if it senses that one or both o f ihc front wheels are spinning or beginning to lose traction.

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    ..To turn the system off, press the button labeled TRAC OFF located inside of the glove box. The TRACTION OFF message will display on the Driver Information Center. If the system is limiting wheel spin when you press the button, the system won’t there’s no longer a current need to limit wheel spin.

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    Steering Tips The traction vou can get i n a and the roaddsurfacc, the angle speed. Whilc you'rc i n Suppose you're steering through accelerate. Both control systems -- stccring and acceleration -- have to do their work where the tircs meet the road. Unless you have traction control and the system is on, adding the sudden acceleration can demand too muck of those places.

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    But sometimes you can’t; there isn’t room. That’s the time for evasive action Your Cadillac can perform very well your brakes. It is better to remove as much speed as you can from a possible collision.

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    OFF-ROAD RECOVERY You mav find sometime that your right wheels have dropped off the edge r m d onto the shoulder If the level of the shoulder is only slightly below the pave.ment, recovery should be fairly easy. Ease off the accelerator and then, if there is nothing in the way, steer so that vour vehicle straddles the edge of the pavement.

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    So here are some tips for passing: "Drive ahead." Look down the road, to the sides, and to crossroads for situations that might affect your passing patterns. If you have any doubt whatsoever about time. Watch for traffic signs, pavement markings, and lines. if yo^ can see a sign up ahead that might indicate a turn or an intersection, delay your pass.

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    For safety, you'll want to slow down and adjust your driving to these conditions. It is important to slow down on slippery surfaces because stopping distance will be longer and vehicle control more limited. for the following driver to get it easv your Cadillac's three control 4-15 turn,...

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    While driving on a surface with reduced traction, sudden steering, acceleration? or braking (including engine braking by shifting to a lower gear). Any sudden changes could cause the tires to slide. You not realize the surfdce is slippery until your vehicle is skidding.

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    Adjust your inside rearview mirror to reduce the glare from headlamps behind you. Since you can‘t see space between you and other vehicles. Slow down, especially on higher speed roads. Your headlamps can light up only so much road ahead. In remote areas, watch for animals.

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    D M N G IN THE RAIN Rain and wet roads can mean driving stop, accelerate or turn as well because your tire-to-road traction isn't as good as on dry roads. And, if your tires don't have much tread left, you'll get even less traction.

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    Hydrupluning Hydroplaning is dangerous. So much water can build up under your tires that they can actually ride on the water. This can happen if the road is wet enough and you’re going fast enough. When your vehicle is hydroplaning, it has little or no contact with the road.

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    CITYDRIVING One of the biggest problems with city streets is the amount of traffic on them. You’ll want to watch out for what the other drivers are doing and pay attention to traffic signals. Here are ways to increase your safety in city driving: Know the best way to get to where you are going.

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    FREEWAYDRM-NG Mile for mile, freeways (also called thruways, parkways, expressways, turnpikes, or superhighways) are the safest of all roads. But they have their own special rules. The most important advice on freeway driving is: Keep up with traffic and Drive keep the right.

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    Of course, you'll find experienced and able service experts in Cadillac dealerships all across North America. They'll be ready and willing to help if you need Here are some things you can check before a trip:...

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    H I G m A Y HYPNOSIS Is there actually such a condition as “highway hypnosis”? Or is it just plain falling asleep at the wheel‘? Call it highway hypnosis, lack of awareness, or whatever. There is something about an easy stretch of road with the same scenery, along with the hum of the tires on the road, the drone the rush of the wind against the vehicle that can make you sleepy.

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    HILL MOUNTMN ROADS Driving on steep hills or mountains is different from driving in flat or rolling terrain. If you drive regularly in steep country, or if you’re planning to visit there? here are some that can make your trips safer and more enjoyable. tips Keep your vchicle in good shape.

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    ... . Know how to go uphill. You The lower gears help cool your cnginc and transaxle, and you can climb the hill better. Stay in your own lane when driving on mountains.

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    WINTER D W N G Here are some tips for winter driving: Include an ice scraper, a small brush or broom, a supply of windshield washer fluid, a rag, some winter outer clothing, a small shovel, flashlight, a red cloth, and a couple of reflective warning triangles. And, if you will be driving under severe conditions, include a small bag of sand, a piece of old carpet or a couple of burlap bags to help provide traction.

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    Driving on Snow or Ice Most of the time, those places where your tires meet the road probably have good traction. However, if there is snow or ice between your tires and the road, you can have a very slippery situation. Youll have a lot less traction or “giip” and to be very will need careful.

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    You’re Caught in If you are stopped by heavy snow, you could be in a serious situation. You should probably stay with your vehicle unless you are near help and you can hike through the snow. Here are some things to do to summon help and keep yourself and your passengers safe: Turn on your hazard flashers.

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    Run your engine only as long as you must. This saves the engine, make it go a little faster than just idle. That is, push accelerator slightlv. This uses less fuel for the heat that you get and it keeps the battew charged. the vehicle, and possibly for signaling later on with your headlamps.

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    Then, shut the engine off' and close the window almost all the way preserve the heat. Start the engine again and repeat this only when y o u feel reallv u~~comfortable from the cold. But do it as little as possible. Presewe'the fuel as long as you can.

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    TOWING A T M L E R 3-34...

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    To pull a trailer correctly, follow the advice in this part, and see your Cadillac dealer for important information about towing a trailer with your vehicle.

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    You can ask a hitch dealer about Don’t tow a trailer at all during the first 1,000 miles vehicle is driven. Your engine, axle or other parts could be damaged. Then, during the first 500 miles (800 km) that you tow drive over 50 mph (80 km/h) helps your engine and other parts of your vehicle wear in at the heavier loads.

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    If you’re using “dead-weight” hitch, the trailcr tongue (A) should weigh of thc total loaded trailer weight (B). If you have a 1 0 % “’? hitch, the trailer tongue (A) should weigh 12$+ of the total loaded trailer weight (B). After Vou‘ve loaded your trailer.

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    It's important have the correct hitch equipment. Crosswinds, large trucks going by, and rough roads are a few reasons why you'll need the right hitch. Here are some rules to follow: Will you have to make any holes in the body of your vehicle when you install a trailer hitch? If you do, then be sure t o k a l the holes later when you remove the hitch.

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    Driving with a Trailer Towing a trailer requires a certain amount of experience. Before setting out for the open road, you’ll want to get to know your rig. Acquaint yourself with the feel of Ilandling and braking w i t h the added weight of the trailer.

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    NOTICE: Making very sharp to come in contact with the vehicle. Your whicle could damagecl. Avoid making When towing a trailer? the green arrows on your instrument panel will flash for turns even if the bulbs on the trailcr are burned out. T h , you think drivers behind you are seeing your signal when they are not.

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    Parking on Hills You really should not park your vehicle, with a trailer If something goes wrong, y&r injured, and both your vel;icle and the trailer can be darnagecl. But if you ever have to park your rig on a hill, here‘s how to do it: 1.

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    Engine Cooling When Trailering Your cooling system may temporarily overheat during severe operating conditions such as: Climbing grades steeper 90' F (32" C) with a loaded vehicle and trailer. Stopping after high-speed driving. Idling for long periods in stop and go traffic. If the ENGINE HOT-A/C COMPRESSOR OFF message appears on the Driver Information Center, d o no be alarmed.

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    PROBLEMS ON THE ROAD HAZARD FLASHERS WARNING Your hazard warning flashers let y o u warn others. They also let police have a problem. Your front and rcar turn signal lamps will flash know on a n i off.

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    c’ Your hazard warning flashers will work once the button is pressed i n regardless of the key position. The light on your instrument panel will flash indicating that the hazard warning flashers are on. Press the button in to make your front and rear turn signal lamps on and off.

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    Ignoring these steps could result in costly damage to your vehicle that wouldn’t be covered by your warranty. Trying to start your Cadillac by pushing or pulling it won’t work and it could damage your vehicle. TO JUMP START YOUR CADILLAC: 1.

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    terminals on cach battery. Find the positive and negative 5. Start by removing the red positive (+) terminal cover.

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    6. Check that the jumper cables don't have loose or missing insulation. If they do, you could get a shock. The vehicles could be damaged too. Before you connect the cables, here are some things you should know. Positive (+) will go to positive (t) and negative (-) will go to negative or a metal engine part.

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    9. Now connect the black negative negative (-) terminal. 10. Don't let the other end of the negative cable touch anything until the next step. The other end of the negative cable cloesn 't go to the dead battery. It goes to a heavy unpainted metal part on the engine of the vehicle with the dead battely.

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    13. Remove the cables in reverse order prevent electrical shorting. Xke care that they don't touch each other or any other metal.

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    GM dealer or a Ti-y Cadillac. The usual towing equipment is If your vehicle has been changed or modified since adding aftermarket items like fog lamps, aero skirting or speciai tires and wheels, these instructions and illustrations may Before y o u do anything, turn o n the hazard warning flashers.

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    When the towing service arrives, let the tow operator know that this manual contains detailed towing instructions and illustrations. The operator may want to see them..... . 5- 10 .

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    When your vehicle is being towed, have the ignition key off. The steering wheel should be clamped in a straight-ahead position with a clamping device designed for towing selvicc. Do not use the whicle's steering colunln lock for this. The trallsaxlc should he i n NEUTRAL (N) and the parking hrake relc;lsd.

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    Steam Is Coming From Your Engine NOTICE: If your engine catches fire because you keep driving with no coolant, your vehicle can be badly damaged. The costly repairs would not be covered by your warranty. 5- 12...

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    IfNo Steam Is Coming From Your Engine If you get the overheat warning but see or hear no steam, the problem may not be serious. Sonletimes the engine can get a little too hot t o o when you: long hill on a hot day. Climb a Stop after high speed driving.

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    COOLING SYSTEM When you decide it's safe lift the Ilere's you will see. hood. w h a t Coolant recovery tank. Radiator pressure cap. Electric engine fans. If the coolant inside the coolant recovery tank is boiling, don't do anything else until cools down.

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    NOTICE: Engine damage from running your engine without coolant isn't covered your warranty. If there seems to be no leak, with the engine on check to see if the electric engine fans are running. If the engine is overheating, If they aren't. your vehicle needs service. running.

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    H o w Add Coolant If you haven’t found problem yet, but the coolant level isn’t the FULL COLD mark on the &ant recovery tank, add a 50/50 mixture water (preferably distilled) and a proper antifreeze at the coolant clenu recovery tank.

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    If the overheat warning continues, there’s one more thing you can try. You can add the proper coolant mix directly to the coolant recovery tank, but be sure the cooling system is cool you do it. before 5-18...

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    How to Add Coolant the Rodiator...

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    Fill the radiator with the proper mix, up the base of the filler neck..

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    5, Put cap back o n the coolant recovery tank, but leave the radiator pressurc cap off. , & 7. By this time the coolant level inside the radiator filler neck may be 16wer. If the level is lower, add more of the proper mix through the filler neck until the level reaches of the filler neck.

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    C M G I N G A FLAT TIRE ..... . The following steps will tell you . . . how to jack and change a tire.

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    The equipment you'll nesd is in trunk under the spare tire cover. . . d 5-25...

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    V0TIC.E: 5-27...

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    9. Remove all of the wheel nuts and take off the flat tire. Remove any rust dirt from the wheel bolts, mounting surfaces and spare wheel. Place the spare on the wheel mounting surface. 5-29...

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    12. Lower the vehicle wheel wrench counterclockwise. Lower the jack completely..5-3 I rotating the...

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    .., Don't to put a wheel cover on your compact spare tire. Store the wheel cover in the trunk until you have the flat tire repaired or replaced. NOTICE: Wheel covers won't wheel cover on your compact spare, you could damage the cover or the spare.

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    COMPACT SPARE TIRE NOTICE: Don't take your compact spare through an automatic car wash with guide rails. The compact spare can get caught on the rails. That can damage your vehicle. Don't use your compact spare on some other vehicle. And don't mix your compact spare or wheel Keep your spare and its wheel together.

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    IF Y0UX.E STUCK: SNOW What you don't want to do when your vehicle is stuck is to spin your wheels too fast. The method known as .*rocking" can help you when you're stuck, but you must use caution. NOTICE: Spinning your wheels can destroy parts of your vehicle as well as the tires.

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    to do your own service If you without knowing enough work about it, your vehicle could be damaged. FUEL...

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    What gasoline about with (oxygenates). such MTBE or alcohol? MTBE is ”nlethyl tcl-tiary-butyl ether. Fuel MTRE is fine for your vehicle. Etimol is ethyl or grain alcohol. Propcriy-blended fuel that is no more 10% ctizwtol is fine for than “ c l u r m d is methyl or wood alcohol.

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    NOTICE: If you need a new cap, be sure to get the right type. b u r dealer can get one for you. If you get the wrong it may not fit or type, have proper venting, and your fuel tank and emissions system might damaged.

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    Hood Release...

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    ENGINE OIL If the CHECK OIL light on the instrument panel comes on, it means you need to check your engine oil level right away. For more information, see “Check Oil Light” in the Index. You should check your engine oil level regularly;...

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    . . I . . . NOTICE: Don’t add too much oil. If your engine uas much oil that the oil level gets above the cross-hatched area slmw the proper that operating range, your engine could be damaged. 6-1 1...

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    If you change your symbol on the front of the oil container. If you have your oil changed for sure the oil put into your engine is American Petroleum Institute you, certified for gasoline engines. RECOMMEWDED ! 9 € YISCOSITV GRADE FOR %Sf FUEL ECONOMV AND COLD STARTING, SELECT THE LOWEST...

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    GM Goodwrench‘:” oil requirements for your vehicle. Engine Oil Additives Don‘t add anything to vour oil. Your Cadillac dealer is ready to advise if you think something should be added. When to Charzge Engine Oil Your Cadillac has an *‘Oil Life Indicator.” This feature will when to change your oil and filter -- usually between 3,000 miles ( 5 and 7.500 miles (12...

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    How to Reset the Oil Lye Indicator After the o i l has been changed, display the 01L LIFE LEFT message pressing the INFORMATION button. Then press and hold the RESET button until the display shows "100." This resets the oil life index. The message w i l l remain off until the percentage of oil life remaining may be checked the INFORMATION button several times until the OIL LIFk LEFT...

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    AIR CLEANER NOTICE: If the air cleaner is off, a backfire can cause a damaging engine fire, And, dirt can easily get into it. Always have the air cleaner engine, which will damage your in place when you're driving. 6-16...

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    AUTOMATIC TRRNSRXLE FLUID Wzen to Check and Change H o w to Check 'Too much or too little fluid can damage yow transaxle. much can mean that on hot engine parts or sure to get an accurate reading of the fluid couid some system parts, starting a fire.

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    How to Add Fluid Pull out the dipstick. Using a long-neck funne'l. add enough fluid at the dipstick hole, tc briniit to t i e proper level. It doesn't take much fluid, generally less than a pint Do11 (0.X). labeled DEXRON."-III. because fluid with that label is ma& especially for your automatic transaxle.

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    Reset Transaxle Fluid Change Indicator...

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    RADIATOR .PRESSURE CAP NOTICE: Your radiator pressure cap is a 15 psi (105 cap and must be tightly installed to prevent coolant possible engine damage from overheating. Be sure the arrows cap line up with the overflow tube on neck. pressure-type k p a ) loss...

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    THERMOSTAT Engine coolant temperature is controlled by a thermostat in the engine coolant system. The thermostat stops the flow of coolant through the radiator until the coolant reaches a preset temperature. I f vour thermostat needs to replaced an AC'"' thermostat is re&m-nended.

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    to Add What NOTICE: When adding power steering fluid change, always use the proper fluid. Failure to use the fluid can cause leaks and damage hoses and seals. complete fluid making propor...

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    WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID TQ Add When using concentrated washer fluid, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for adding water. Don’t mix water with ready-to-use cause the solution to freeze and damage your washer fluid tank and other parts of the washer system. doesn’t clean as well as washer fluid.

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    Check Brake Fjzlid The fluid level must be to the maximum fill line i;hown. When your brake fluid fdls to a low level, your brake warning light will come on. See “Brake System Warning Light” in the Index. Wzat to Add you do When need brake fluid, use...

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    If you do, wash it off immediately. See "Appearance Care" in the Index. Brake Wear Your Cadillac has four-tvhecl disc brakes. Disc brake pads have built-in wear indicators that make a high-pitched warning sound when the brake pads are worn and new pads are needed.

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    Brake .Pedal Travel 6rake Adjrrstment...

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    BATTERY Every new Cadillac has a DcIco Freedom'' battery. You never have to add water to one of these. When it's time for Delco Freedom". batterv. Get one shown on the original bkery's label. Vehicle Storage If you're not going to drive your vehicle for 25 davs or more, take off the black: negative cable from the battery.

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    Now your computer is programmed. H A O G E N BULBS EXTERIOR LAMP HOUSINGS...

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    H E A D M P BULB RElMOVAL Here is how change the halogen the access cover. 2. Disconnect socket from NOTICE: Do not touch glass portion from your fingers will shorten headlamp bulb. Begin b y lifting up on ..

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    3. Gently pull out cornering lamp assembly. 6-34...

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    i...:.. Center .High Mounted Stop Lump Bulb Replacement Replace the bulb by pressing at~d twisting counterclockwise.

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    If you only want to rcplacc the wiper insert. follow these steps: TIRES don't make tires. Your leading tire manufacturer. If you ever have questions about your tire warranty and where to obtain service, see your Cadillac Warranty for details. Cadillac comes high-quality tires with made...

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    Inflution Tire Pressure The Tire-Loading Information label which is located on the driver's door shows the correct inflation prcssutes for your tires, when they're cold. "Cold" means your vehicle has been sitting for at least three hours or driven no more than a mile.

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    The following information relates States National Highway treadwear, traction and temperature performance. (This applies only vehiclcs sold i n the United States.) Treudwenr developed by the United system Traffic Safety Administration which grades tires...

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    Wheel Replacement...

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    GM original equipment parts. This way, you will be sure to have the right wheel, wheel bolts, and wheel nuts for your Cadillac model. NOTICE: The wrong wheel can also cause problems with bearing life, brake cooling, speedometer/odometer calibration, headlamp aim, bumper height, vehicle ground clearance.

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    Used Replacement Wzeels Tire Chains NOTICE: tire chains only where legal only SAE Class ‘(S” type chains that are the proper size for your tires. Install them on the front tires and tighten them as tightly as possible with the ends securely fastened. Drive slowly and follow the chain manufacturer’s instructions.

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    Some are dangerous if you breathe their fumes in a closed space. When you use anything from a container to clean your Cadillac, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s warnings and instructions. And always opcn your doors or windows when you’re cleaning the inside.

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    CLEANING THE INSIDE OF YOUR CADILLAC Here are some cleaning tips: Always read thc instructions on thc cleaner label. Clean up stains soon as Usc a clean cloth or sponge, and change to a clean area often. A soft brush may be used if stains are stubborn.

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    Wipe offwhat's left Then dry it immediately with NOTICE: Be carefill. A blow dryer may scorch the fabric. Wipe clean cloth. with Using Solve~~t-Type Cleaner on Fabric Special Cleaning Prublems with a slightly damp paper towel dryer or blow or cloth. heat lamp.

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    R'on-Greasy Stains Cleaning Vinyl Cleaning Leather...

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    Cleaning the Top Use only soap and water to clean the top surfaces of the instrument mild panel. Sprays containing silicones or waxes may cause annoying refections in the windshield windshield under certain conditions. Cleuning Speaker Covers Vacuum around a speaker cover gently, so that the speaksr won't damaged.

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    GLASS Glass should be clcaned often. GM Glass Clcaner (GM Part No. 1050427) or liquid household glass cleaner will remove normal tobacco smoke dust films. Don't use abrasive cleaners on glass, because they may cause scratches. Avoid placing decals on the inside rear window, since they may have to scraped off later.

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    High pressurc car washes Finish Care Occasional waxing or mild polishing of your Cadillac by hand may be llezessary t o remove residue from the paint finish. You can get GM approved cleaning products from your dcaler. (See “Appearance Care and Materials”...

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    Exterior painted surfaces are subject to aging, wcather and chemical fallout that can take their toll over a period of years. You can help to keep the paint finish looking ncw by kceping your Cadillac garaged or covered wlxmcver possible.

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    SHEETMETAL DAIMAGE If your vehicle is damaged and requires sheet mctal repair or replacement, make sure the body repair shop applies anti-corrosion material to the parts repaired or replaced to restore corrosion protection. FINISH D M G E Any stone chips, fractures or deep scratches in the finish should be repaired right away.

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    Engine Identification The eighth character in your VIN is the engine code. This code will help you identi@ your enginc, specifications, and replacement parts. SERVCE PARTS IDENTIFICATION LABEL You'll find this label on the spare tire cover. It's need to order parts. On this label is: your VIN, the model designation.

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    ELECTMCX, 4DD-ON NOTICE: Don’t add anything electrical to your Cadillac unless you check with your dealer first. Some electrical equipment can damage your vehicle and the damage wouldn’t warranty. Some add-on electrical equipment can keep other components from working as they should, Your vehicle has a n air bag svsttlnl.

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    FUSES CIRCUIT BREAKERS in your The wiring circuits vehicle are protected from short circuits by a combination of Mini Fuses, Circuit Breakers and MAXI"' fuses. This greatly reduces the chance of fircs caused by electrical problems. Engine Compartment Fuse Block To gain access? lift the coves.

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    FuseslRelay Center n n n ~ r = = 3 u LHDLPLO R HDLPLO Engine Compartment Fuse Block FUSE DlSTR PC31 (IGN) FUEL PUhlP HTD Wls LHDLPHI RHOLPHI E CENTER IDENTIFICATION 6-63 ~~~~...

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    Engine Corn artment Fuse Block (Continued) FUSE PCM (BAT) Powertrain Contro! Module (PCM) RTD (BAT) Road Sensing Suspension (RSS) Module NC COMP AIC Compressor Clutch HDLPS Headlamp Dimmer Switch: Headlamp Relay Micro Relay Center); DRL Headlamp Relay "E" (with Daytime Running Lamps);...

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    RH MAXI F JSE BLOCK FUSEICIRCUIT BREAKER (C.B.) RADIO (Fuse) COOLING FANS (Fuse) HVAC BLOWER Fuse j BRAKES (Fuse) LAMPS (Fusc) IGN 3 (Fuse) Rear Compartment Fuse Block CIRCUl'l'RI' Pull the cover off to...

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    Rear Compartment Fuse Block (Continued) FUSE HVAC!DABIE Heater and AK Progl-a~mlcr; RAP,Nluminated Entry Module RADIO Active Audio Amplifier TRAILER Not Equipped Left and Kight Cigarette Lightcrs: BODY 2 HTD SEAT Driver's Heated USAGE Front Cigarette Lighter: Chime Seat...

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    MAXI" fusc. An electrical by a your wipers c a w have your Cadillac serviced. 6-69 stop working. If...

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    BULB CHART Description Ashtray Illumination Backup Lamps Cornering Lamp Courtesy Reading Lamp Glove Compartment Lamp Headlamps, Composite Inner High Beam Outer Low Beam License Plate Lamp Park and Thn Signal Sidemarker Lamps Stop/Tail/Turn Signal Trunk Lamp Underhood Lamp Vanity Mirror Illumination .

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    SPECIFICATIONS 4.9 LITER ENGINE ....... Displacemcnt ......No.

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    ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM Type of Intake Filter System Oil Pump ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM Radiator Cap Relief Pressure ....15.0 psi Thermostat Starts To Open Water Pump Type Drive Belt .

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    EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS Exhaust Gas Recirculation Catalytic Convertrr ......Evaporative Emission Control Crankcasc Emission Control Elec.tronic System ..... . Open and Closed Loop EXHAUSl’SYSTEM .

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    TIGHTEN TORQUE Spark Plugs ....... . 20 N m ......Drain Plug P;ln KEHICLE DIMENSIONS...

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    NORlMAL MAINTENANCE REPLACEMENT PARTS Air Cleaner Element ..........Battery .

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    NOTES 6-76...

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    We employ technicians certified by the National Institute AUTOMOTlVg SERVICE EXCELLENCE Let us show you their credentlals...

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    Towing Battery Jump Start Lockout Assistance Fuel Delivery Tire Change Cadillac Roadside Service is just one of your Cadillac Owner Privilegessm that leads to peace of mind. and night, weekends and holidays. THERE AVMLABILITY DAILY INCLUDING 8 a.m. - 12 midnight...

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    Cadillac Owner Privileges Roadside Service provides several Cadillac Owner Privilegessm at “no charge”, throughout your or 50,000 Miles180,OOO Kilometers. EMERGENCY following situations: TOWING SERVICE BATTERY LOCK FUEL FIAT TIRE CHANGE Tire replacement/warranty coverage determined by manufacturer. 1995 Cadillac Warranty Period...

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    Items covered are hotel, meals and rental car. TRIP ROUTING -Free trip routing assistance is available during months or 50,000 rniles/80,000 kilometers warranty period. Within a week of contacting Roadside Service plans, Cadillac will provide a detailed trip routing. Along with your trip routing, you will first American Road Atlas.

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    Labor is charged at one and one half times the Cadillac dealership retail labor rate, with a 30 minute minimum. There is also a charge for any parts used and a mileage fee if the...

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    If needed, a dealer technician will travel to your location within a 30 miles/fiO kilometers Cadillac dealership. If beyond this radius, we will arrange to have your car towed to the nearest Cadillac dealership. Huw Do You Reach Roadside Service Dial toll-free Roadside Service number: 1-800-882-1112.

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    In many cases, the advisor at the Roadside Service Center can provide instructions to get you back on the road. To resohe more complex problems, the advisor Cadillac dealership Service Technician. The technician will call you and cause. evaluate the possible will come to your location and provide a permanent or temporary repair.

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    And Need Roadside Service Roadside Service is prepared to assist owners who have hearing difficulties or are speech impaired. Cadillac has installed special Telecommunication Devices for the Deaf (TDD) in the Roadside Service Center. customer who has access to a communicate with Cadillac by dialing from the United States Canada: 1-800-TDD-CMCC or 1-800-833-2622 - daily, 24 hours.

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    Our Cadillac Dealer Technician nelwork ready and able assist Cadillac customers at roadside.

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    One of your Cadillac Owner Privileges is Gold Key Courtesy Transportation. It's one more example of Cadillac's commitment to provide the services you expect and deserve as Cadillac owner. Gold Key Courtesy Transportation helps you get. where you need to be...

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    Courtesy Vehicle Gold Key Courtesy Transportation provides you with a Cadillac if your car requires warranty repairs. Your dealer will provide you with a courtesy vehicle if one is available. 3 -2...

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    Cadillac helps eliminate inconvenience to you with transportation alternatives. Gold Key ,Courtesy Transportation provides shuttle service for same day warranty work. Your Cadillac Dealer can get you where you need to be with minimal interruption of your daily schedule. is no...

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    ..lan Ahead When Possible Whenever possible, schedule an appointment for your vehicle's warranty work. Your Cadillac Dealer can then prepare to meet your alternative transportation needs and minimize inconveniences typically associated warranty repairs. with...

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    Please. check your insurance cornpany to be certain what's covered. w i t h Gold Key Courtesy Transportation Dealer is committed to you. Jmt one more w y your Cadillac...

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    Defects, Roadside Assistance, and Service and Owner Publications. SATISFAC Your satisfaction and goodwill are important t o your dealer and Cadillac. Normally, any concern with the sales transaction or the operation of your vehicle will be resolved b y your dealer's Sales or Service Departmenk Sometimes, however, despite the misunderstandillgs can occur.

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    Refer to your Warranty a n d Owner Assistance Information booklet for addresses of Canadian and GM Overseas offices. When contacting Cadillac, please retnember that your concern will likely resolved in the dealership, using the dealer's facilities, equipment and personnel. That is why we suggest you follow Step One first if you have a concern.

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    New Vehicle Limited Warranty. To assist in resolving these disagreements, Cadillac voluntarily participates i n BBB AUTO LINE. BBB AUTO LINE is an out-of-court program administered by the Better Business Bureau system to settle disputes between customers and automobile manufacturers.

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    :esort to AUTO LINE, but you may contact the BBB at any time. The BBB will attempt to resolve the complaint serving as an intermediary Jetween you and Cadillac. If this mediation is unsuccessful, an informal learing will be scheduled where eligible customers may present their case :o an impartial third-party arbitrator.

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    In addition to notifving NHTSA (or Transport Canada) in a situation like this, we certainly hope you’ll noti@ us. Please call us at our Consumer Relations Center, 1 -800-4%-8006, or write: Cadillac Consumer Relations Center Cadillac Motor Car Division 30009 Van Dyke PO.

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    SERVTCE W U A L S Service manuals contain diagnosis and repair information for all chassis and body systems. They may be useful for owners who wish to get greater understanding of their vehicle. They are also useful for owners with the appropriate skill level or training who wish “do-it-yourself”...

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    3547051 1995 CPCH-095 1995 and Prior NOTE: Owner Literature Portfolios, Vehicle and Owner Information Labels and Gold Keys are available by contacting your Cadillac dealership. SERVICE MANUALS DESCRIPTION Deville/Concours/Eldorado/Seville Service Information Manual (Includes Book 1 & 2) (Available 5/95) Fleetwood Service Information Manual Book 1 &...

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    Pricing and ordering information for Service Bulletin Subscriptions Service Bulletin Index: A listing of all Service Bulletins released by Cadillac during the model year listed. For 1994, the index contains a listing of all Service Bulletins released by General Motors.

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    NOTE: Please fill in order form adillac Service Publications Post Office Box 07130, Detroit, Michiaan 48207 Monday-Friday 8:OO A.M.-6:00 P.M. EST If further information is needed, Orders cannot be returned without prior authorization. A re-stocking fee may apply. ?rices are subject to change without notice and without incurring obligation.

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    L E s 3 DEVILLE INDEX A/C Overheat-A/C Off Message Accessory Power. Retained Adding Automatic Transaxle Fluid Brake Fluid Electrical Equipment Engine Coolant Engine Oil Power Steering Fluid Sound Equipment Windshield Washer Fluid Adjuster. Seat Air Bag How Does It Restrain How It Works .

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    Armrest. Storage Ashtrays Astroroof-Express Open Audio Systems Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror Automatic Door Locks Automatic Rearview Mirror Automatic Pull-Down Feature Automatic Transaxle Chart Fluid Average Fuel Economy Display Avg Mph Reset. Driver Information Center Battery Charge Light No Charge Message Power Loss Replacement.

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    Outside of the Windshield and Wiper Blades Speaker Covers Special Problems. Stains The Inside of Your Cadillac 4.38 ......

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    The Outside of Your Cadillac Tires Top of the Instrument Panel Vinyl Climate Control Clock. Setting the Comfort Controls Compact Disc Care Compact Spare Tire Compass. Electrochromic Rearview Mirror Control. Loss of Control of a Vehicle Convenience Net Convex Outside Mirror Coolant Heater.

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    Door Central Unlocking System Locks Driver Information Center ........Driver Position Driving On Grades.

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    Engine Oil Adding Additives Checking Life Indicator Warning Light What Kind to Use What to Do with Used Oil When to Change English/Metric Button Ethanol (In Fuel) Exhaust. Engine Exhaust Systems Chart Expectant Mothers. Use of Safety Belts Express Down Window Extender.

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    Fuse Block. Engine Compartment Fuse Block. Rear Compartment Fuse Panel Fuses and Circuit Breakers Gage. Fuel Gasolines for Cleaner Air GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) Glass. Cleaning Glove GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) Halogen Bulbs Hazard Warning Flashers Head Restraints Headlamps Bulb Replacement High-Low Beam Changer...

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    Instrument Panel, Cleaning Interior Lamps Jack, Tire Jump Starting.. Keyless Entry System Battery Replacement Matching Transmitters ........Operation Keys Lamp, Malfunction Indicator...

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    Loss of Control Low Oil Level Message Maintenance Normal Replacement Parts Underbody When Trailer Towing Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Service Engine Soon Light) Manual Seatback Recliner ........Mats.

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    Paint Spotting. Chemical Park (P) Position. Automatic Transaxle Shifting Into Shifting Out of Parking At Night Lots On Hills While Towing a Trailer Over Things That Burn Parking Brake PASS-Key I1 Passing Power Antenna Mast Care Door Locks Folding Mirror Remote Control Mirrors Seat Controls Seatback Recliner...

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    Rearview Mirror Automatic Electrochromic with Compass On/Off Switch Reclining Front Seatbacks Remote Fuel Door Release Remote Trunk Release Replacement Bulbs Parts Wheels Replacing Seat and Restraint System Parts After a Crash Reset Button. Driver Information Center Restraints Checking Your Child Head Replacing Parts After a Crash Retained Accessory Power...

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    Engine Soon Light Now-Refer to Owners Manual Message Parts Identification Label Publications Ride Control Message Vehicle Soon Message Work. Doing Your Own Your Air Bag-Equipped Cadillac Shifting Automatic Transaxle Into Park Out of Park (P) Shoulder Belt Signaling Turns Skidding Sound Equipment.

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    Starting Disabled Message Starting Your Engine Steam. If Coming From Your Engine Steering Column Shift Lever In Emergencies ......... . Power Speed Sensitive .

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    Uniform Quality Grading Wear Indicators Wheel Replacement When It’s Time for New Top Strap Torque Lock Torque, Wheel Nut Towing a Trailer Towing Your Vehicle Traction Active Message Traction Control System Traction Control System Active Message Traction Disabled Message Trailer Brakes Driving on Grades Driving with a...

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    Underbody Maintenance Underhood Lamp Vanity Mirrors Vehicle Control of a Damage Warnings Dimensions Chart Identification Number (VIN) Leaving Your Loading Storage Symbols Very Low Refrigerant Vision. Night Visor. Front and Auxiliary System Warning Devices Flashers. Hazard Lights Washing Your Vehicle Weatherstrips Wheel Nut Torque Wheel Replacement...

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