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1990 Cadillac DeVille Consumer Discussions

Not sure why, but I can only get air through the vents in my 1990 deville when I set the temp below 80f. Anyone know why this is?...

I think is rediculas. I had a 1990 Deville that...

what I read in Consumer Reports. But I want a DeVille anyways, I like old movies and collect old magazines. I want a Deville before they stop making them forever, just like the Eldorado. Caddy's clie...

I am looking for some help. This morning when I went to start my 1990 Cadillac Deville it started sputtering and would start then stall. The onboard diagnostic is reading "No Cam Reference Signal...

The 1990 Lincoln Town Car was the vehicle that seriously challenged the Cadillac Deville's stranglehold on traditional full sized luxury vehicles offering a proper rear drive car against the FWD Devil...

I wrote you a note on the Town Car forum. I noticed in the specs on the TC that the front and rear legroom is less than the DTS (41.7 vs 42.4 or something like that). The pedals on the TC can be moved...

one. The DTS is nothing more than a remodeled DeVille. The comment about the Germans blowing their "brand purity" by introducing SUVs is silly too. What should they have done ingnore a bo...

I own a 1990 sedan deville, 4.6L. it recently started losing power while accelerating through 2nd gear. the codes showed that there was a fault in the egr, so i replaced that. then it showed that the ...

That being said, most of the other interior comments that Mcgreenx stated ring true. The analog clock belongs on a '91 Deville, not a '03 CTS. The car needs a telescoping wheel (this used to be stan...
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