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2006 Cadillac SRX V6 Oil Filter

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Question From Tom Greenleaf on 2006 Cadillac SRX V6 Oil Filter

Hi,

A question about this car's oil filter is live on the phone right now and he can't get logged in so I will post the question myself.

He bought a filter that is like a replacement cartridge to go in a housing and doesn't know where it is or the procedure for this.

Does anyone know about this? I haven't seen that type used in a car since the 50s!

TIA

T

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Yea GM started using cartridges again a couple of years ago on certain engines. Why I’m not sure other then it’s likely cheaper for them to install a paper element then a spin-on filter???
I haven’t had one of these engines in yet so I can say where they hid the thing.

Dan.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Thanks Dan.

I'll be in touch with my friend and hopefully he will be able to post himself. That's just what he described and I was a "doubting Thomas" that it was misboxed. We can find it over the phone and I bet it's in a location subject to road debris or something so that it's stronger and won't get punctured. I've seen that happen to some cars - ouch!

It may also be remotely somewhere like the S series GM trucks did or are still doing. I never see any vehicle that's too young as everyone buys the extended warranty to about six years and includes routine service for many. Then they just trade for another new car.

Funny - he's in Las Vegas which is about 2,500 miles from me and he doesn't just stop in for help anymore??

Thanks again. We'll post back the location to save some folks a hunt for it,

T

1972 Cadillac eldorado

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Question From dougc426 on 1972 Cadillac eldorado

I bought this car NOT running,Carb was wroung one so i got the correct one for it.Hooked up all vacuum lines,new plugs,wires,cap,rotor,uni-points,oil&filter.Carb was dyno-tested and run on a motor,The guy that rebuilds them has done carbs for me before all have been good.So get everything hooked up and i have power to coil but no spark out of the coil going to the cap,not many wires to hook up and i have a 1972 cadillac shop manual to help out.Now what do i look for to get this car running?...Help please

Response From re-tired

YOU said you put in a set of uni points . make sure you mounted the wire to them correctly .Ive seen them grounded by mistake . also what did you gap points to . Have you tried getting a dwell meter to read ?

Response From dougc426

No its not a HEI,I dont think they came out till 1973??/...Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

So it has points?

Response From dougc426

I did,Power to coil,then when i turn the car over,I have spark to negitive side but still no spark to distributor,I put new coil in too.also checked out distributor wire tested out good???

Response From Hammer Time

Check for power at the red lead coming into the distributor.

Response From Hammer Time

How did you determine that you have spark to negative side of the coil? Isn't this HEI with internal coil?

Response From dougc426

yes it does

Response From Hammer Time

You should be getting a pulsing ground signal on the - side of the coil when cranking. If none found, change the points and condenser.

Response From dougc426

Ok,will do.the points are new but i know that dont mean squat..Thanks

Response From dougc426 Top Rated Answer

new points same results,still no spark from coil????

Response From Hammer Time

Do you have pulse on the negative side when cranking?

Response From dougc426

looked to be steady no pulse...!!!!

Response From Hammer Time

Then you still have a problem in the points or distributor. That is what supplies the pulsing ground to fire the coil. Make sure the wire isn't shorted inside anywhere.

Response From dougc426

also how can you ground them(the points) by mistake mistake??????

Response From re-tired

The post has insulating washers on it .Is is possible but rare to get the wire behind the washers vs between them which will ground it. What about the point setting. Glad to help you TROLL for an answer.

Response From Hammer Time

The wire is supposed to be making contact with the swinging arm and the related spring only. If it makes contact with the frame that is screwed down, it is shorted out. Also make sure your engine is grounded to the battery and frame.

Response From Double J

Saw a lot of guys install the wire in the wrong spot....

One thought i had too is ...had many uniset points come out of the box and not start the car.
Not just Delco Remy but others as well..

Assuming they're installed correctly as the others have mentioned..take an allen wrench,open the distributor cap window and while someone cranks the engine,try backing off on the points to see if it hits/starts.Had to to this many times,if so,then set the dwell with a dwell meter..
A lot of guys that didnt have a meter would dial the points in until the engine misfired and then back em off like 180 degrees..not the correct way ...

Response From dougc426

Hey Guys,
Took distributor out and put new wire leed in.Car started right up,Purrs like a kitten.So want to thank you all for the help...Best...Doug

Response From Hammer Time

Glad to hear it. it must have been contacting the housing somewhere.

Response From Hammer Time

The best way is to upload it to a photo hosting site like Photobucket.com or Imageshack.com and post the image link here and then the picture shows up here.

Response From dougc426

The end for the points in the cap was very loose,not making good contact,maybe this can help someone else out,trying to figure out how to poet picture of can on this web site

Response From dougc426

I down loaded a pic but now how do i post it up???

Response From dougc426

well im getting closer(LOL)

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Response From dougc426


Hey Guys,
You know what the two dimmer switchs on the drivers floor are for?
1)for the head kights...
2)is for the wonderbar radio you push it and it moves the the bar search on the radio pretty cool eh?...

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Old phart here - most of my 200 cars had floor switch for dimers

T

Response From Hammer Time

You can try just copying and pasting but if that doesn't work, then you have to host it on an image hosting site and post the image link.

Response From dougc426

Thanks.........................

Response From dougc426

SOMETIMES YOU CAN REALLY GET TEED OFF..bUT WHEN THEY ARE RUNNING RIGHT,YOU HAVE TO SMILLE!!!!!!

Response From Hammer Time

LOL, thanks for posting the solution

Response From dougc426

How could you get the wire wroung?.Theres only one wire to hook(get it) up..I'm ready to go fishing as i have a house on the water in hernando beach florida..15 minutes to open gulf..thanks for your help...best

Response From dougc426

No its not a hei,I dont think HEI came out till 1973..thanks