Question about 1993 Cadillac DeVille
Car is running low on radiator fluids i was afraid i had head gASKET PROBLEM. CAR WAS RUNNING FINE ON SHORT TRIPS PERF3CT ALMOST.THEN CHECKED EROR CODES .HAS F32 PROBLEM ,IS THERE A CHANCE THE WIRE COULD BE BURNT . IS SOMETHING TO CAUSE ALL THESE PROBLEMS IF SO WHTA IS IT AND WHAT IS THE FIX
You may have more than one problem.
The code F32 is for a problem between the engine computer and the body computer, or a loss of memory. To fix that someone would need to check the ground connections and the harness between the two computers.
The engine could be burning coolant like the head gasket problem you mentioned.
Posted on Dec 14, 2012
Testimonial: "is there a senser or computer chip that top sending a signal and make the engine fluids capicitate the system wrongly.causing alot of side problems...lokking for a simple fix to avoid being burned.by a greedy mechanic"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes change fluid. if that dosnt work buy new shift solinoids. and replace them. also check all the wiring from transmission to pcm and from conector to solinoids when u take the pan off. just disconect the solinoids. and use a digital multimeter innva brand put it on continuity and touch wire after wire till it beeps indicating wiring is touching . some will beep because thay are still conected and would have to remove transmission to disconect them. i just had this exact problem on my 94 sls . i replaced solinoid a-b and did a fluid change and checked the conections going to the transmission. and it runns good now
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
It sure is. If a plug is truly wet, the energy for the spark will travel through the moisture, rather than across the gap. The fuel air mixture flowing into and out of the cylinder serves to ventilate the cylinder, drying the plug.
Plus, that air is preheated, so that would accelerate the drying once warming up got underway.
You really need to have that head gasket replaced. If this questionable repair gives way (and it almost certainly will), you can get enough water in the cylinder to start breaking things on startup without any warning.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks for the feedback on this miss problem."
Sounds like an electrical problem. Check connections to battery remove & clean them , check + wires to engine, to power supply for the engine management.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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