how does my hubby decompress the fule line? in need of an answer ASAP please

Asked by Feb 19, 2015 at 06:42 PM about the 1999 Cadillac Catera RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

fule and coolent mixed need to decompress the fule lines and not exactly shoure how and
cant seem to find an answer

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The Caddy Catera is MPFI, or Multi-Port fuel Injection. There is a fuel rail, with a valve for testing that looks very much like a tire valve, aka Schroeder valve. Carefully, with a small screwdriver, with you hand away from it, push on the stem inside. Make sure engine is cool, as to not ignite gasoline the will spray out.

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Omg thank you very much this is exactly what we needed, now we are off to the next,bless you and have a beautiful weekend

Do you happen to know how to get the oil lines off the top of the oil cooler?

I have never done that, but I did some research on Caddy forums, and found this, the oil cooler is UNDER the intake plenum, and they say Vauxhall is identical. Sorry I didn't get back to you yesterday, I was just about done for the day and I didn't go back over my answers. I saw your message. This is step-by-step http://www.vauxhallownersnetwork.co.uk/index.php?threads/omega-v6-oil-cooler-replacement.61873/

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