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 on: Today at 02:56:07 PM 
Started by 57chevyowner - Last post by guidematic

 Awesome!!  thumbs up


 on: Today at 02:12:49 PM 
Started by 57chevyowner - Last post by 57chevyowner
This part solved 2 problems.  1st the obvious - no more warning on the display and bonging noises - yay!

The other problem has been a persistent small, teeny oil leak over the last 2 years.  Thanks to all the shielding, we were never able to track it down.  Turns out the pressure sensor had a pin hole.  Hence the leak.

2 problems.  1 solution and under $100 total.  Thank you everyone for your help.


 on: January 20, 2019, 10:59:15 AM 
Started by RONNIE - Last post by RONNIE
Right now it's 64 F here and windy. It rained overnight but has already dried up. The sun is out trying to warm up the day. Tonight it's supposed to drop to 39 F.
It's a good thing I wore long johns on the trip down, I may need them tonight.
KIssimmee is completely different from St Pete Beach where we usually go. We are on State Road 192, 4 lanes in each direction and they drive like maniacs here.
The speed limit is supposed to be 45 mph but it's closer to 65 in reality. Lane hopping to get ahead of everyone else is common and texting and cell phone use is epidemic.
You almost have to drive like they do or they will use their horns to get you moving.There special turn off lanes similar to what we would use for making left hand turns at
red lights but these are meant for making legal U Turns because the road is divided with a long concrete median. We are staying at one of the many Wyndom Resort complexes,
all time share. Out daughter owns one. 15 buildings, 366 rooms but not like a hotel. We are in a 2 bedroom ground floor apartment, full kitchen, 2 bathrooms with a hot tub,
living and dining room, 3 TV sets and a large balcony. There are 2 swimming pools with hot tubs, playground outdoor BBQ's and a decent man made lake on the grounds.
 A really nice place to spend 3 weeks. Lots of places to shop, hoards of restaurants and tacky gift and souvenier shops.
That's it for now. Keep your snow shovels warmed up ready to go and we will keep our umbrella close at hand.


 on: January 19, 2019, 05:19:36 PM 
Started by RONNIE - Last post by CDV 429
My friend lives in Palm Beach, in the 50's at night and they consider that frigid but it's January. We have 12" - 18" starting tonight and all of tomorrow, H of 15F tomorrow and L of 2F tomorrow night " gentlemen start your snow throwers ". I consider 50 degrees with the sun out to be nice weather here in Maine.


 on: January 19, 2019, 02:14:46 PM 
Started by RONNIE - Last post by guidematic

 Good to hear from you.

 Yeah, Florida weather is not always the best this time of year. And I bet you wish you were piloting a comfy old Cadillac!

 We're getting a snow now. Not heavy, but steady and it's accumulating. I'd sure like to just stay in, but We are heading out to Melissa's for dinner later.


 on: January 19, 2019, 08:40:20 AM 
Started by RONNIE - Last post by RONNIE
We've been here Kissimmee Florida since late last Friday. The weather here has been so so but better than back home. Have only worn shorts for two days. The drive down through Erie Pa was an ordeal.
Heavy snow squalls off of Lake Erie, heavy truck traffic in the mountains and getting lost at night because of construction detours and that was just the first day. The next day was more trucks and major
construction delays in Charolotte and Jacksonville FL. It took me two days to recover. We've been watching the Weather Channel. You guys are in for a big one and we are getting some of it here over the
weekend as well. The Malibu is a good highway runner at 32 MPG but the driver's seat is uncomfortable for long trip. I did all the driving down, that's probably why I was dead tired when we got here.

People want to use this computer now so I will come back later.


 on: January 18, 2019, 10:51:53 AM 
Started by 57chevyowner - Last post by 57chevyowner
Sensor ordered from local GM dealer - will be in Monday.  $24.95.

Thank you for all the help !


 on: January 18, 2019, 09:50:20 AM 
Started by guidematic - Last post by guidematic

 on: January 17, 2019, 04:19:33 PM 
Started by 57chevyowner - Last post by KevinW
The last Cadillac to support that function is the 2005 DeVille (Off + InfoUp buttons).

 on: January 17, 2019, 04:02:58 PM 
Started by 57chevyowner - Last post by EXCRUISERGUY
To retrieve codes just push off and warmer at the same time and hold until it goes into diagnostic mode.
It will flash any codes through the DIC.


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