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  1. How Make Custom Lincoln Star Emblems

    Remove adhesive from back. Finger nail or flathead screw driver works good. 400 grit sandpaper to sand off black backing. Tape off edges and front. Paint. You can use fingernail polish or get a small bottle of OEM touch up. Install with double sided 3M tape.
  2. Modifying Stock Speakers

    Modifying stock speakers for better sound and clarity.Remove back cover. Cut white & black wire at circuit board. Remove small area of protect coating to yellow and black wires. Attach White wire to yellow wire and black wire to black wire. Drill one inch hole in backside of speaker cover. Reseal back cover to speaker. Install back into LS.
  3. Add LED V-Signals in your Lincoln LS Mirrors

    By: Quik LSExcerpts from Taurus Club of America I purchased : - 12,000mcd RED LEDs off e-bay (100 LEDs for $18) - 560ohm resisters from RadioshackI then - soldered 9 LEDs in parallel into a V and attached a resistor to one leg - covered them in glue to keep it water tight - pulled the mirror out of the housing - pulled the mirror out of the plastic holder - peeled the heater pad off the corner of the mirror (and cleaned the glue goop off the mirror) - cut enough of the plastic housing...
  4. Lincoln Town Car Power Antenna Mast Removal and Installation

    Car washes can be hard on the fragile power antenna mast in the Lincoln Town Car. However, it is relatively easy to replace and not very expensive. Antenna masts can be found frequently on Ebay for between $10 and $20. This procedure also applies to most Lincoln Automobiles.Tools:-Needle Nose Pliers With needle nose pliers, insert nose into slots on nut at top of antenna base. Remove nut and base from antenna mast. Turn car stereo on, remove antenna mast and nylon cable by pulling from...
  5. Changing the Fuel Filter in the1990-1994 Lincoln Town Car

    This is probably the easiest car maintenance I have ever done. All you need is a few tools you can find around the house and less then 1 hour of your time. When you are done, congratulations, you just saved yourself $90.00! Tools NeededFlat head screwdriver, Small Bolt Set Old newspapers or Shop Towels New Fuel Filter (I used Fram G38028A $10.00 at Checkers) Procedure 1.) Turn off the Air Suspension switch located in the trunk on the passenger side. This is very important as you may damage...
  6. How to Restore Headlights PERMANENTLY

    Restore your Lincoln or Cadillac headlights using clear coat! This video will show you how to clean and restore your headlights so they will never turn yellow or hazy again! You have seen videos on restoring headlights with bug spray, toothpaste, baking soda, and the kits you buy in the store, but all of these methods are temporary and eventually the haze and oxidation will come back.This method will first make the headlight clear by wet sanding and then put a UV coat on it to seal it in....
  7. How To Restore Your Car's Steering Wheel (Video)

    Learn how to leather cover and refinish your car's steering wheel. I show you everything you need to know from how to remove your steering wheel, remove the airbag, and more so you can wrap your steering wheel with a new leather cover that looks amazing!Steering wheel puller: [URL]https://www.amazon.com/HFS-Pcs-Harmonic-Balancer-Puller/dp/B00KROI574/[/URL] Strong Thread: Amazon.com: nylon thread Curved Needles: [URL]https://www.amazon.com/Colonial-Needle-Curved-Quilting-Needles/dp/B000CFD5RS/[/URL] Leather...
  8. 2005 Cadillac DeVille Front Brake Pads and Rotor Replacement

    We are back at the 2005 Cadillac Deville. This time step-by-step replacement on the front disk brake pads and rotors.Doing this DIY project will give you huge savings on labor.It is a 3 hour morning job for the average guy. Total Parts cost $65.00 when sourced on eBay. Total Labor savings $300.00
  9. 2001-2005 Cadillac Deville Rear Brake Replacement

    A good video tutorial showing how to replace the rear brake rotor and pads on the 2001-2005 Cadillac Deville..This video is for information only. You should always use the service manual and be competent in auto repair. If you do it wrong you will die.
  10. 1990 - 1995 Cadillac Deville Stereo Replacement

    By: Pepsi2185 Safety Exercise caution when working around electronics and unless you are well versed in automotive electronics DO NOT USE A TEST LIGHT. Although many times it is harmless to use a test light, in only takes one poke to destroy a 5 thousand dollar body controller.IdentificationThere are three systems in use for a Cadillac car stereo sound system. The first is the conventional as described in 85-89 deville. In the dash is the Cadillac car stereo and tape deck.The second is...
  11. Cadillac Car Stereo Replacement 1985 - 1989 Cadillac Deville

    By: Pepsi2185SafetyExercise caution when working around electronics and unless you are well versed in automotive electronics DO NOT USE A TEST LIGHT. Although many times it is harmless to use a test light, in only takes one poke to destroy a 5 thousand dollar body controller.Identification In the dash is the Cadillac car stereo and tape deck.Tools Socket set Wire connections toolsMaterials Wiring harnesses Dash kit GM antenna adapter (prior to about 88 you will not need this)...
  12. 1993 Cadillac Seville STS Front Strut Installation Guide

    Submitted by: Arnott, Inc 1. Raise vehicle with proper lifting equipment. The tires must be off the ground. Suspension must be fully down with no load.ALWAYS USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN LIFTING VEHICLE! (Refer to your owners manual for lifting instructions) 2. Remove front wheel(s). 3. Unbolt the 2 side brackets from the strut. (These brackets hold the brake lines and other lower ball studs and other cables) 4. Remove the position sensor from upper and lower ball studs 5. Remove nut...
  13. 1990 - 1995 Cadillac Seville STS Stereo Replacement

    By: Pepsi2185 SafetyExercise caution when working around electronics and unless you are well versed in automotive electronics DO NOT USE A TEST LIGHT. Although many times it is harmless to use a test light, in only takes one poke to destroy a 5 thousand dollar body controller.IdentificationThere are three systems in use for a Cadillac sound system. The first is the conventional as described in 85-89 Deville. In the dash is the stereo and tape deck.The second is the Cadillac car...
  14. Cadillac Seville STS Dry Nitrous Install

    By: Speedy_2 Ok, here's my "How To" on installing the "Nitrous Express "Incognito" Hidden Dry System"(NX# 60000) and give your 1998 Cadillac STS Performance PowerHere's the kit (Click on photos to enlarge them) System comes with: # 1.4 lb. bottle # solenoid # fill fitting # polyline # jets (biggest is around 50 HP) (I personally could only feel an increase of about 25HP. Addition jets are available) # arm switch # throttle switch # pushbuttonTools Needed: (what I used)Basic hand tools:...
  15. Cadillac CTS-V Power Steering Explanation

    Submitted by: StealthV Variable-assist power steering A power steering system that uses valves and speed sensors to vary the amount of steering assist according to engine or road speed. At slow speeds more steering assist is delivered and steering the wheels is easier; necessary for parking, etc.. At higher speeds, steering assist is reduced and more steering effort is required to steer the car, giving the driver greater feel of the road. Also known as Speed-sensitive power steering....
  16. Change the Transmission Fluid on the Cadillac CTS-V

    Submitted by StealthVItems Required:-- Four quarts of Dextron III Automatic Transmission Fluid (for mine I used Mobil1 ATF). -- Fluid pump (make sure the threads are big enough for the Mobil1 bottle) or a suction gun would also work well -- Oil drain pan -- Set of Rhino ramps (preferable) or jack stands and hydraulic jack -- 7/8" open end wrench -- 3/8" Socket - ratchet -- Roll of teflon tape -- Creeper -- Trouble light 2. Before the fluid change, drive at least 10-15 miles to warm the...
  17. Winterize the Cadillac CTS-V

    Submitted By: Stealth VTire options Lots of snow tire options in 245/45/18:Bridgestone Blizzak LM-22 Continental ContiWinterContact TS790 V Dunlop Winter Sport M3 Michelin Pilot Alpin PA2 Pirelli Winter 240 SnowSport Fuel treatment For winter storage, recommend adding Sta-bil to keep your fuel fresh. Add the recommend amount to your tank, top off the car with premium and by the time you drive the car back home to the garage, the Sta-bil will be up to the injectors. Been using...
  18. Changing the Differential Fluid on the Cadillac CTS V

    Submitted by: StealthV Items Required:-- Two quarts of GM Synthetic Axle Lubricant SAE 75W-90 GM #12378261 (~$27/quart) -- One 4 oz. bottle of Limited Slip Axle Lubricant Additive GM #1052358 -- One 10-mm hex allen wrench -- Suction gun -- Oil drain pan -- Set of ramps or jack stands and a hydraulic jack The engine, transmission, differential and exhaust will be extremely hot. Be careful, safety first! 2. Before the oil change, drive at least 10-15 miles at 55 mph to so the differential...
  19. Removal of the Resonator and Installation of Vortex Cone Inserts Into the 3" Race X-Pipe Cat-Back

    Submitted by: StealthVUse this as a pictorial reference only; always refer to the official B&B instructions for more detail or clarification.For more information, please visit B&B Performance Exhaust Installation time: Approximately one hour with one person. Items/tools needed:1 set of Rhino ramps 1 set of jack stands (or second set of Rhino ramps) Hydraulic floor jack Trouble light 1-pound hammer Rubber mallet 11/16" wrench 17 mm wrench 16 mm wrench ½" drive ratchet ½" extension ½"...
  20. 3" Race X-Pipe Cat-Back Installation

    Submitted by: StealthV Use this as a pictorial reference only; always refer to the official B&B Performance Exhaust instructions for more detail or clarification.For more information, please visit B&B Performance ExhaustInstallation time: Approximately two leisurely hours with one person. Items/tools needed:1 set of Rhino ramps 1 set of jack stands (or second set of Rhino ramps) Hydraulic floor jack Trouble light 1-pound hammer Rubber mallet 11/16" wrench 17 mm wrench 16 mm wrench ½"...
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