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Cadillac Seville / Cadillac Eldorado Forum Discussion, 98 Sts in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I own a 1998 STS flagship. This car has every option that could have been purchased that model year. I ...
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    Thumbs up 98 Sts

    I own a 1998 STS flagship. This car has every option that could have been purchased that model year. I love it, I have had very little problem with it. One thing I must say is that BUY GOOD GAS. I just paid $700 for replacing 1 fuel injector and cleaning my whole fuel system from BAD gas. I purchased 93 but from a less reputable company. It turned out to save money on the gas bill but cost alot more than just buying it from a name brand station (ie. Chevron, Exxon, ect ect...) don't make the same costly mistake I did. My STS has 79,500 miles on it and besides the gas thing I have had no problems with it. I run the STS like it should be run as well HARD!!! I've topped it out 2 times and had it over 120 alot. They only prolbem with that i have seen is the gas gage moves as fast as the caddi. So to sum it all up I LOVE my STS and will buy another when the wheels fall off of this one!

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    Sounds great!! You should check the sticky at the top and post this in the Consumer Reports Section. This is good press!

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    I had a problem with bad gas. It was labled as 93 on the pump. the octane sensor told me it was 87 when i scanned it.

    I only do mobil/exxon now. Since i started using their gas my milage has gone up considerably, my car runs smoothe, but the octane sensor now reads 0. I cant figure that one out.

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    What do you mean the "octane sensor"?

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