Juliosts, click the link below and do the process outlined in that message. Post the codes here and someone will be able to tell you what's going on and how to fix it.juliosts said:Its A 94 cadillac seville sts
If you can't figure out the problem from the previous posts, I suggest you take the car into your local Cadillac dealer.juliosts said:Does any one know what SERVICE RIDE CONTROL mean? It keeps poping up on my dash board and i have no clue what it could be.
One of the most dreaded of the Cadillac warning messages. Run a code search like everyone describes. Hopefully it isn't anything serious. Unfortunately, I'd bet 10 to 1 that for an older STS like yours, you're probably in need of shocks and/or struts. OEM active replacements will set you back about $1,800 - if you can install them yourself. You may want to look into passive replacements, like Arnott Industries, Boston Suspension and Strutmasters. I believe Monroe makes passive replacements as well that are affordable. Krashed has a clever method for disabling the ride contol message using your old damper valves from your worn struts, as some of the passive replacements won't have a means to suppress the message and the 90 mph limiter.juliosts said:Does any one know what SERVICE RIDE CONTROL mean? It keeps poping up on my dash board and i have no clue what it could be.