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1997 Cadillac CATERA Antilock Brake Pump

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Question From cadcat on 1997 Cadillac CATERA Antilock Brake Pump

Where is the antilock brake hydraulic pump located? 6 cyl

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

The Brake Pressure Modulator Valve (BPMV) is located in the engine compartment ,drivers side ,attached to the EBTCM (Electronic Brake Traction Control Module).



Jim

Cruise Control wont engage on 2004 Cadillac Deville

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Question From bigjohn on Cruise Control wont engage on 2004 Cadillac Deville

I've moved this from the troubleshooting page to here in hopes of getting some help!

2004 Cadillac Deville, 4.6 engine, 75,000 miles

I've owned the car for approximately 30 days and my cruise has been working flawlessly and tonight I engaged it, it worked until I braked and since then it wont resume or engage with a new setting. I've checked the fuse and it's good, The brake lights work, and the indicator light on the steering wheel and the dash light up. Could this be related to a light drizzle and the safety feature that disengages the cruise if it's unsafe to use due to conditions? This is the first rain/drizzle since I bought the car as I live in Arizona.

Big John

Response From Hammer Time

I've never heard of any vehicle disabling cruise with wipers on.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

They sure do! Reason is easy. If you need wipers you shouldn't be using cruise control on wet or icy roads. THIS ISN'T NEW! Where the hell have you been? -- T

Response From Hammer Time

OK Tom, name one specific vehicle that works that way.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Mopar products for a long time for one. Cataracts and some others did things ages before popular. 1973 Olds 88 available with air bags. 1968 Olds I owned had anti-lock brakes! Ford had Memory Seats in 1955! OHV engines date to the '40s.

Don't fruck with me cause I forgot more than you ever knew. Not stupid voc school but college which I doubt you could spell never mind pass Super Cum Lauder as I did.

You have succeeded at pissing off more people at this site than anyone known. Repercussions forth coming.

What possessed you to be rude to people? Just your user name is arrogant. Post an avatar of a totally corrupt org ASE just proves you are an idiot!

That and a #2 pencil means about nothing!

Guess why I use Kitty for an avatar. I have to prove nothing to anyone.

Yes I'm ticked off. Straighten up your act. Rude to anyone is NOT acceptable,

Tom

Response From Hammer Time

Kiss my ass Tom

Now that you decided to run your mouth here

You don't have a clue what you are talking about.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

You are well known around the web. No problem, cut off your own nose! Tom

Response From Discretesignals

The PCM will inhibit cruise control under the following conditions:

- When the vehicle speed is less than 40 km/h (25 mph)
- When PARK, REVERSE, NEUTRAL, or 1st gear is indicated
- When the wiper system is active
- With low engine RPM
- With high engine RPM (fuel cut-off)
- When the vehicle speed is too high
- When an over charged or under charged battery voltage condition exists
- Antilock brake system/traction control system is active for more than 2 seconds
- A 6 mph or more decrease in non-drive wheel speed in 0.4 seconds without seeing the extended brake travel contacts of the TCC/Brake switch transition.

Response From Hammer Time

Not sure where you got that from but here is a cut and paste directly from Alldata for this specific vehicle.
I don't see a thing about wipers




The PCM will inhibit cruise control under the following conditions:

  • When the vehicle speed is less than 40 km/h (25 mph)
  • When PARK, REVERSE, NEUTRAL, or 1st gear is indicated
  • With low engine RPM
  • With high engine RPM (fuel cut-off)
  • When the vehicle speed is too high
  • When an over charged or under charged battery voltage condition exists
  • Antilock brake system/traction control system is active for more than 2 seconds
  • A 6 mph or more decrease in non-drive wheel speed in 0.4 seconds without seeing the extended brake travel contacts of the TCC/Brake switch transition.

  • Response From Tom Greenleaf

    It's not some game guys. Not a joke -- YOU DON'T KNOW SH*T IF IT'S NOT SOME PROGRAM ON SOME SOFTWARE SO SHUT THE "F" UP! You'd get lost with a squeaky wheel on a shopping cart with your approach! If you can't put your flipping scanner on it you are lost!

    Tom

    Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

    For HT and get a life,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,



    Eat that for lunch Delete posts by others and we know you do will be your death sentence! Tom

    Response From Hammer Time

    Sounds like you need to get back on your meds Tom
    You're losing it.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    You are toast. Time here is limited so get used to the idea that being a butt hole will end your tenure here. What is wrong with you? Folks come here for help and you shoot them down like car repair is the only thing in the world.

    No argument HT. You have been a ton of help here. For that I give you my thanks. If you don't know how to take the high road in life then the other is your calling.

    No fighting. Nobody wins.................. Tom

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Best I can say is 'cruise' will and should shut down if brakes are applied. I think some newer cars cruise won't work if wipers are on and not sure if Cadillac was doing that yet for that year?? T

    HARD TIME PUSHING REAR CALIPER IN ON 1999 DEVILLE

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    Question From Guest on HARD TIME PUSHING REAR CALIPER IN ON 1999 DEVILLE

    1999 CADILLAC DEVILLE NORTHSTAR, DISC BRAKES ALL THE WAY AROUND, 111,000 MILES WITH A4.6

    Response From Guest

    Depending on how hard you "pushed" you may be looking at the minimun of a new piston or possibly caliper.....

    Response From way2old

    I think they screw in.

    Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

    Yea you’re right TOM the caliper piston must be rotated, while applying a light inward force on the piston. There is a tool available to do this; that makes this chore a lot easier. Once you have the piston all the way back in its bore; you must line up the detent(s) in the piston, so that the location pin on the brake pad fits into the detent.
    None of my business but what’s a Cadillac owner doing his own brakes? I can’t picture someone in their three piece suit and designer shoes; sitting on their butt in the driveway; busting their knuckles on a brake caliper. LOL
    Just joking.

    Dan.

    Just replaced front brake pads and rotors, but my brakes arent working.

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    Question From hcfan101 on Just replaced front brake pads and rotors, but my brakes arent working.

    I bled them and everything, tightened all bolts, still no pressure on the brakes.

    Response From hcfan101

    ????

    Response From Tom Greenleaf

    Sidom was on this so I left it alone but see it's been a couple days - sorry. Know we are all volunteers and most work full time. There could be a computer problem - sorry.

    OK: I'll butt in and say when you've done brake work and can't get a "pedal" as I'll call it then there's either air still in the system after bleeding or many times on an older car especially the master cylinder in the course of bleeding manually which is common has just travelled into a new area of its bore which could be all crusty and tore the seals up right away and may bleed but not hold pressure again.

    There are some other possibilities but not so common to me with this car.

    Ideas for the fix. Plug off master cylinder and see if it will hold firmly. Try on car bench bleeding if it went dry of fluid air gets trapped and may not be so easy to get out. Usually that would result in a soft pedal but not NO pedal!

    Some ABS systems will have specific procedures for bleeding if exposed. Just pads and rotors shouldn't have violated the hydraulics if system wasn't wide open. Most 91s didn't have ABS but could have.

    My gut feeling is that the master cylinder tore up it's seals if there's no other seen issues. They don't leak in general when they do that - well yes but internally unseen not on the ground.

    Best when saving calipers to retract the pistons by letting fluid out thru bleeder not pushing old fluid back up to master which is tricky to do and many don't. That's where the junky fluid would have accumulated from heat, any rust and just pushing that back up to master is really a no-no but done all the time especially by DIYers but shops have been known to do that too.

    Again - my guess so far is master cylinder gave out even if not the original problem it very well could be now as said. IMO, a new one is not wasting money in that old of a car as it is a wearing part. Means you have to bleed out backs too if replaced too,

    T

    Response From Sidom

    You called Tom.......It's been busy

    Looks like you've said the same thing I would..... Does sound like the masters gone south.


    You or anyone is never butting in, as always jump in with the solid advise.......

    Response From hcfan101

    Thank you very much, if thats not the problem ill let you know

    Response From Sidom

    Knowing what type of vehicle you are working on would help?

    When you say you have no brks, do you mean the pedal is going all the way to the floor?

    Response From hcfan101 Top Rated Answer

    its a 1991 cadillac deville, and yes the pedal goes to the floor all the way

    1999 Cadillac DeVille - scraping noise - turning right

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    Question From deanrz00 on 1999 Cadillac DeVille - scraping noise - turning right

    We are hearing a terrible metal scraping noise when we turn the wheel to the right. What could this be? We don't seem to hear it when we turn to the left. It seems to be coming from the front right wheel.

    Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

    Bearings and brakes are most common. Sometimes a tire that's worn funny, T