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Cadillac Catera and Cimarron Forum Discussion, seafoam (too much?) in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Originally Posted by dkozloski Driving a car while it has a misfire will wipe out the CAT. i've heard and ...
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    Re: seafoam (too much?)

    Quote Originally Posted by dkozloski View Post
    Driving a car while it has a misfire will wipe out the CAT.
    i've heard and read that quite a few times. but i dont really have a choice.

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    Re: seafoam (too much?)

    here are the pics of my car interior.
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    Re: seafoam (too much?)






    Looks pretty good actually. Never seen cloth in black.

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    Re: seafoam (too much?)

    Wanna trade your cloth seats for my leather ones?

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    Re: seafoam (too much?)

    i like the look with the cloth. the leather has to look just as good. i will say this.....cadillac did a good job with the looks of this car. and i can only take like 3% of the credit for the looks though......i've only had the car since this past may.

    Quote Originally Posted by CateraMV6 View Post
    Wanna trade your cloth seats for my leather ones?
    maann......there's no way i would give these seats up!! do you just not like the leather seats?

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    Re: seafoam (too much?)

    I like my 99 sport seats best. My dad n sis have the leather seats, and I sat in the one with cloth seats at the auction, and out of them all I prefer my recaro seats. The shape of the cloth seats is the same as the standard leather, so at that point it comes down to preference in fabric.

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    the final result:

    ok, i got the ignition coil from ebay, $85 with shipping, and went out to Hill Cadillac monday morning. i get there and i'm all ready and then the service guy asks if its and oem part or an aftermarket part. it was an aftermarket and then he tells me they can't put on aftermarket parts because they wouldnt be able to guarantee the warrenty (or something to that effect). then he starts doing the calculations on the part and labor for them. (i already knew the oem part was $400+) and it would have been $600+. i understood why they wouldnt use my part but i wasnt (and couldnt) do $600+. so i said i would be back on fri and left. i tried to think of places to get the coil put on and just thought to give meineke a call.....and surprisingly they said the could do it. got it done there (labor was $236 w/tax) and car is running great!

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