Last post on Jan 24, 2013 at 4:40 PM
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Cadillac Seville, Cadillac STS, Sedan
#5 of 10 1988 CADILLAC SEVILLE'S VSS-100 SECURITY SYSTEM WITH KEYPAD!
Nov 13, 2008 (5:18 pm)
I recently purchased the above mentioned vehicle from an estate sale dealer, but no one knows how the security key pad is armed??
I have a two page booket on the V-100 SYSTEM,IT DOESN'T TELL ME HOW TO ARM THE SYSTEM WITH THE KEY PAD?
The booklet does tell me how to try the PANIC mode and it works, as to setting up the system ,how do I arm it if I don't know what numbers the deceased prior owner used.
The alarm key pad is currently not activated -no red light-when I open and close the car doors ,nothing happens maybe I should place my own 3-digit numbers into the keypad and see what happen-any assistance would be appreciated!!
#6 of 10 1989 sevile steering colume
Mar 07, 2009 (8:08 am)
I swapped out a steering colume in a 89 sevile. All the wires are hooked up but the car wont turn over. the key had broken off in th ols colume. What ca i do?
#7 of 10 Vibration in in front of vehicle
Apr 29, 2009 (8:37 pm)
I have had a vibration in the front of 2001 sts seville, and i cant figure nor can any one else that wants to spend time on it. My steering wheel shakes and my gas pedal vibrates pretty bad at high speeds around 68. The tires are fine plus i have two sets of wheels, situation happens on both sets. My motor mounts are fine, wheels are balanced, control arm bushings seems to be fine. If any one thinks they may know the problem please let me know! I have had this problem on the vehicle since i bought it with 47,000 miles on it.
#8 of 10 Rotating Tires on 2006 STS?
Mar 20, 2010 (11:39 am)
Have a 2006 STS which has larger size rear tires than the front. Question is should the front and rear tries be rotated from side to side to increase life? The manual seems to suggest the tries stay in their regular installation position.
#9 of 10 Service Traction Control
Jan 09, 2013 (9:27 pm)
I have a"Service Traction Control" message displayed on my drivers information center. How do I complete the service and clear this message? The car is a 1996 Seville SLS with 108k miles.
#10 of 10 Re: Service Traction Control [mabrin]
Jan 24, 2013 (4:40 pm)
hello .you may have a sensor in one of the wheels who does not send the signal .you may have to change a wheel bearing because they are inside the wheelhub ,but first check the connectors at each wheels ,remove the wheels and you will see an eletric connector open it and check inside for corrosion ,if there is so it may be too late .but you can try to put dielectic grease and plug it back . do one wheel at the time then start the engine and check if the code is off.if not it is probably the wheelhub that is ground.