Let us know if you find the source of your leak. I've read on many forums that these relays have failed quite a bit in the past due to getting too hot. Your Cadillac's radiator mounts within the engine compartment. I am wondering which one would be the main relay for them turning on since mine do not activate. . A quick check is to put the emergency brake on in Park, start the engine, and move the shifter out of Park.
If you just push the clog back into the engine. I also removed the engine mount on the right side. The video above shows how to replace blown fuses in the interior fuse box of your 1995 Cadillac DeVille in addition to the fuse panel diagram location. Then you drive the car and see which codes come back. With the engine idling,pull the purge line from the tank,if there is no coolant flow from this small hose,it is blocked and this will cause overheating.
We offer a wide range of Cadillac Fan Relays of all the best brands in the industry at an affordable rate that fits the Price Range you are looking for. You specify that it uses coolant at an accelerated rate but there is no external leak, that would suggest to me an internal leak. Very common and causes similair problems. If the blower motor is running but you have no air through the vents, you may have a vacuum line off under the dash. Most flashers are mounted on or near the fuse panel under the dash. Also stated they ran power to the fan and it works.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010 Are you sure the thermostat was in the wrong way?. Sorry it's sideways, but maybe you can make some sense of this? First off pull the codes. Module will be located near the front inside of seat. If the info on the coolant temperature is 'current' it can't be correct as the car has not been moved or started in over 36 hrs. Most common replacement is the plastic one with the shield The blower motor has power and ground to it at all times. The fan relay is the second from the bottom on the left.
Which I assumed since you seem to know that the engine is running hot. The puzzling thing to me is that I have 9v to 4v on center wire at blower motor, depending on fan setting. I now suspect i … ts going to be between the 2 fans on the bottom of the car. To answer your question, the three relays give both the fans two speeds, low and high. That said, next time you get a chance, idle your engine and watch your cooling fans, watch the temp they turn on and off at. If a huge number come back, have the battery checked and make sure that you have a good, fully charged battery and reset the codes.
The fan sensor, or cooling fan control switch by its more popular name, controls the operation of your Cadillac's radiator fan. If checking and replacing the fuse for the component in question doesn't work, we recommend seeking assistance from a trusted professional mechanic. Thanks, I ran a temporary wire directly from the acm. F according to the gauge, and shuts off when it gets down to 212 deg. Replace the fan relay switch.
Ok, you seriously overheated and you don't have any codes for cooling fans. There is a hose at the bottom, a hose at the top that comes from the air purge line and an overflow hose. About a 4x4 inch silver bo … x held in with 3 10mm bolts. Edited August 11, 2016 by coryno Ok, check to codes to see if you have cooling fan codes. In summary, I would check fans.
Also, my car leaks antifreeze fast and I do not have a head gasket problem, I do not have a blocked radiator and I do not have a malfunctioning thermostat. What blower motor did you install? Look at the upper radiator hose that connects to the top of the radiator near the battery for pin holes and leaks at the clamp also. Is it the middle one the one on the left or the one on the right when looking under the hood. Thanks, the plug looked fine, checked it with an ohmmeter, checked fine, even bypassed it just to make sure. There is a small diameter hose coming from near the top of the coolant tank not the cap ,this is the purge line. I have included your a schematic, for reference below. This of course assumes your temperature sensor is working appropriately.
When the coolant within the radiator reaches a specified temperature, the sensor activates the fan. This will keep the cooling fans running at all times. Explain in detail Dont forget to check for codes and post them here. There is a other one under the Hood. If it doesn't, or just drips, the fitting at the crossover is probably clogged. If you have access to an oscilloscope, you could monitor the signal on the grey wire while to adjust the speed. What blower motor did you install? The easiest thing to do is to pressurize the system to find the leak.
The engine can than be ran for an additinal 50 miles to safety. You may find the round hazard flasher high just above your head, this is not it. This has to be done for each module. There is no leak present anywhere under the car. Maybe we can confirm all of the systems were checked. Ensure that the area it is being attached to is clean and that it is firmly attached. The coolant tank can crack, or the hoses attached to it can leak.