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HT4100 4.1, 4.5, 4.9 Discussion, Identifying distributor in Cadillac Engine Technical Discussion; I think I have a complete distributor from a 1989 Seville or Eldorado. It has been a few years and ...
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    Moondoggie is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Identifying distributor

    I think I have a complete distributor from a 1989 Seville or Eldorado. It has been a few years and I forgot what car I pulled the unit from at the junk yard. There is a number stamped on the perimeter of the base 1103756-11. I haven't pulled the cap, yet. What are the differences between the Seville Eldorado dist and the other 4.1-4.5 dist?

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    STS_Seville_Hunter is offline Cadillac Owners Enthusiast
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    Re: Identifying distributor

    A lil off topic... ever get rid of your STS?

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    Moondoggie is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Identifying distributor

    Quote Originally Posted by STS_Seville_Hunter View Post
    A lil off topic... ever get rid of your STS?
    Yes, a few months ago, but it wasn't voluntary. I hung in there as long as I could then lost a parking spot. I only had 3 days to do something. The STS was the sacrificial lamb. The guy that bought it parked it on the street with no plates and had it impounded within 2 weeks of taking possession. He was in L.A. and there's an automatic 30 day hold which means over $1,000 to ransom the car the second it went on the hook. As the last registered owner I recieved a notice of a lien sale the next month The same thing happened to a '69 Eldorado I sold a few years ago. That one was well worth the $1,400 I had to fork over to rescue from impound. I didn't save the STS because I would have been in the same position with no place to put it.

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