2002 Cadillac Deville Owner's Manual

2002 Cadillac Deville owners manual
Year:
2002
Make:
Cadillac
Model:
Deville
Rating:
(6)

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Size:
2.88 MB

Table of Contents

- 2002 Cadillac DeVille Owner's Manual
1
Copyright General Motor's Corp 2001
2
For Canadian Owners Who Prefer a French Language Manual:
3
How to Use this Manual
4
Safety Warnings and Symbols
4
Vehicle Damage Warnings
5
Vehicle Symbols
5
Section 1 Seats and Restraint Systems
7
Seats and Seat Controls
8
Power Seats
8
Four-Way Power Lumbar Control (If Equipped)
8
Massaging Lumbar (If Equipped)
9
Four-Way Rear Power Lumbar (If Equipped)
9
Adaptive Seat Control (Option)
10
Memory Seat, Mirrors and Steering Wheel (If Equipped)
11
Heated Seats (If Equipped)
12
Reclining Front Seatbacks
13
Head Restraints
15
Safety Belts: They're for Everyone
15
Why Safety Belts Work
17
Here Are Questions Many People Ask About Safety Belts -- and the Answers
20
How to Wear Safety Belts Properly
21
Adults
21
Driver Position
21
Lap-Shoulder Belt
21
Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster
23
Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy
28
Right Front Passenger Position
29
Air Bag Systems
29
How the Air Bag Systems Work
33
Where are the air bags?
33
When should an air bag inflate?
36
What makes an air bag inflate?
37
How does an air bag restrain?
37
What will you see after an air bag inflates?
38
Servicing Your Air Bag-Equipped Vehicle
40
Safety Belt Pretensioners
40
Center Front Passenger Position
40
Lap Belt
41
Rear Seat Passengers
42
Rear Seat Passenger Positions
42
Lap-Shoulder Belt
42
Rear Safety Belt Comfort Guides for Children and Small Adults
45
Children
47
Infants and Young Children
47
Restraint Systems for Children
51
Where to Put the Restraint
54
Top Strap
55
Lower Anchorages and Top Tethers for Children (LATCH System)
56
Securing a Child Restraint Designed for the LATCH System
58
Securing a Child Restraint in a Rear Seat Position
59
Securing a Child Restraint in the Right Front Seat Position
62
Older Children
65
Safety Belt Extender
68
Checking Your Restraint Systems
68
Replacing Restraint System Parts After a Crash
68
Section 2 Features and Controls
69
Windows
70
Power Windows
71
Express-Down Window
71
Express-Up Window
71
Anti-Pinch Feature
72
Rear Window Lockout
72
Keys
73
Door Locks
75
Central Door Unlocking System
76
Power Door Locks
76
Automatic Door Locks
76
Programmable Automatic Door Locks
76
Rear Door Security Locks
77
Anti-Lockout Feature
77
Leaving Your Vehicle
78
Remote Keyless Entry System
78
Operation
79
Matching Transmitter(s) to Your Vehicle
80
Battery Replacement
80
Trunk
82
Trunk Lock Release
82
Rear Seat Pass-Through Door (If Equipped)
83
Trunk Lid Tie Down
84
Trunk Release Handle
85
Theft
85
Key in the Ignition
85
Parking at Night
86
Parking Lots
86
Theft-Deterrent System
86
Testing the Alarm
87
Valet Lockout Switch
88
PASS-Key III
88
New Vehicle \Break-In\
90
Ignition Positions
91
Retained Accessory Power (RAP)
92
Starting Your Engine
93
Engine Coolant Heater (If Equipped)
94
To Use the Engine Coolant Heater
95
Automatic Transaxle Operation
96
Performance Shifting (DTS Only)
100
Shift Lock Release
100
Parking Brake
102
Shifting Into PARK (P)
104
Steering Column Shift Lever (If Equipped)
104
Console Shift Lever (If Equipped)
105
Leaving Your Vehicle With the Engine Running
106
Torque Lock
106
Shifting Out of PARK (P)
107
Parking Over Things That Burn
107
Engine Exhaust
108
Running Your Engine While You're Parked
108
Horn
109
Tilt Wheel
109
Power Tilt and Telescopic Wheel (If Equipped)
110
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever
111
Turn and Lane-Change Signals
111
Headlamp High/Low-Beam Changer
112
Flash-To-Pass
112
Windshield Wipers
112
Rainsense_ II Wipers (If Equipped)
113
Windshield Washer
114
Cruise Control
115
Setting Cruise Control
116
Resuming a Set Speed
116
Increasing Speed While Using Cruise Control
117
Reducing Speed While Using Cruise Control
117
Passing Another Vehicle While Using Cruise Control
117
Using Cruise Control on Hills
117
Ending Cruise Control
117
Erasing Speed Memory
117
Exterior Lamps
118
Wiper-Activated Headlamps
119
Lamps on Reminder
119
Daytime Running Lamps
119
Fog Lamps (If Equipped)
121
Cornering Lamps
121
Twilight Sentinel
122
Light Sensor
123
Exterior Lighting Battery Saver
123
Interior Lamps
124
Instrument Panel Brightness Knob
124
Courtesy Lamps
124
Illuminated Entry
124
Parade Dimming
125
Reading Lamps
125
Battery Load Management
126
Inadvertent Power Battery Saver
126
Mirrors
127
Electrochromic Day/Night Rearview Mirror with Compass
127
Mirror Operation
127
Compass Operation
127
Compass Calibration
128
Compass Variance
128
Power Remote Control Mirror
129
Driver's Outside Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
130
Curb View Assist Mirror (If Equipped)
130
Convex Outside Mirror
131
Heated Outside Mirrors
131
Storage Compartments
131
Glove Box
131
Front Storage Area (If Equipped)
131
Map Pocket
131
Center Instrument Panel Compartment (If Equipped)
132
Center Console Storage (If Equipped)
132
Full Floor Console Storage (If Equipped)
132
Rear Storage Center Armrest
132
Rear Storage Door Trim Armrest (If Equipped)
132
Center Flex Storage Unit (If Equipped)
133
Convenience Net
133
Ashtrays and Cigarette Lighter
134
Front Ashtray
134
Rear Ashtray
134
Cigarette Lighter
134
Sun Visors
135
Lighted Visor Vanity Mirror
135
Lighted Rear Vanity Mirror (If Equipped)
135
Rear Power Sunshade (If Equipped)
135
Manual Rear Side Door Sunshade (If Equipped)
136
Accessory Power Outlets
136
Cellular Telephone (Option)
138
OnStar System (If Equipped)
138
Cellular Antenna
139
OnStar Services
140
OnStar System Limitations
141
Assist Handles
141
Garment Hooks
141
Umbrella Holder
141
Floor Mats
141
Sunroof (Option)
142
HomeLink Transmitter (If Equipped)
143
Programming the HomeLink Transmitter
143
Operating the HomeLink Transmitter
144
Training a Garage Door Opener with a \Rolling Code\ Feature (If Equipped)
144
Canadian Programming
145
Erasing Channels
145
Resetting Defaults
145
Accessories
145
The Instrument Panel -- Your Information System
146
Digital Cluster
148
Analog Cluster (If Equipped)
149
Speedometer and Odometer
150
Trip Odometer
150
Display Mode
151
English/Metric Button
151
Vehicle Speed Limiter
152
Tachometer (Analog Cluster Only)
152
Engine Speed Limiter
152
Warning Lights, Gages and Indicators
153
Safety Belt Reminder Light
154
Air Bag Readiness Light
154
Charging System Light
155
Brake System Warning and Parking Brake Indicator Light
156
Anti-Lock Brake System Warning Light
157
Traction Control System Warning Light
157
Engine Coolant Temperature Warning Light
158
Engine Coolant Temperature Gage
159
Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Service Engine Soon Light in the United States or Check Engine Light in Canada)
160
If the Light Is Flashing
162
If the Light Is On Steady
162
Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Programs
163
Oil Pressure Light
164
Security Light
165
Fog Lamp Light (If Equipped)
165
Lights On Reminder
165
Cruise Control Light
165
Fuel Gage
166
Fuel Data Display (Digital Cluster)
167
Driver Information Center (DIC)
168
DIC Controls and Displays
168
Driver Information Center (DIC) Messages
171
Vehicle Programming and Personalization Features
179
Entering Feature Programming
179
Remote Recall Memory (If Equipped)
180
Key in Recall Memory (If Equipped)
181
Auto Exit Seat (If Equipped)
182
Auto Exit Steering Wheel (If Equipped)
183
Lights Flash at Unlock
184
Lights Flash at Lock
185
Horn Sounds at Lock
186
Exterior Lights at Unlock
187
Doors Lock in Gear
188
Driver Unlock in PARK (P)
189
Driver Unlock Key Off
190
Doors Unlock in PARK (P)
191
Doors Unlock Key Off
192
Mirror to Curb In Reverse (If Equipped)
193
Tire Pressure Display (If Equipped)
194
Driver's Names Set/Recall (If Equipped)
195
Exiting Feature Programming
195
Comfort Controls and Radio System Personalization
195
Continuous Variable Road Sensing Suspension (CVRSS) (If Equipped)
195
Oil Life Indicator
196
Navigation (Option)
197
Night Vision System (Option)
198
Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist (URPA) (Option)
201
How the System Works
201
Section 3 Comfort Controls and Audio Systems
203
Comfort Controls
204
Climate Control Panel
204
Manual Operation
204
Automatic Operation
206
Electronic Solar Sensor
207
Air Conditioning
208
Heating
208
Defogging and Defrosting
208
Rear Window Defogger
209
Rear Climate Control
210
Ventilation System
211
Ventilation Tips
212
Passenger Compartment Air Filter
212
HVAC Steering Wheel Controls (If Equipped)
212
Setting the Clock
214
AM-FM Stereo with Cassette Tape and Compact Disc Player
214
Playing the Radio
214
Finding a Station
215
Setting Preset Stations
215
Setting the Tone (Bass/Treble)
216
Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)
216
Playing a Cassette Tape
216
Cassette Tape Messages
217
Playing a Compact Disc
218
Compact Disc Messages
219
AM-FM Stereo with Cassette Tape and CD Player with RDS, DSP and XM Satellite Radio Service (If Equipped)
219
Playing the Radio
219
Finding a Station
220
Setting Preset Stations
221
Setting the Tone (Bass/Treble)
221
Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)
221
Using DSP
222
Using RDS
222
RDS Messages
223
XM_ Satellite Radio (If Equipped)
224
Setting PTY Preset Stations
225
Playing a Cassette Tape
225
Cassette Tape Messages
226
Playing a Compact Disc
227
Compact Disc Messages
228
Navigation/Radio System (Option)
229
Glovebox-Mounted CD Changer (Option)
230
Compact Disc Changer Errors
232
Radio Personalization with Home and Away Feature (If Equipped)
232
Theft-Deterrent Feature
233
Audio Steering Wheel Controls
234
Understanding Radio Reception
234
AM
234
FM Stereo
234
XM Satellite Radio (If Equipped)
234
Cellular Phone Usage
235
Weather Band (If Equipped)
235
Tips About Your Audio System
235
Care of Your Cassette Tape Player
236
Care of Your Compact Discs
237
Care of Your Compact Disc Player
237
Diversity Antenna System
238
XM Satellite Radio Antenna System (If Equipped)
238
Section 4 Your Driving and the Road
239
Defensive Driving
240
Drunken Driving
241
Control of a Vehicle
244
Braking
244
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
245
Using Anti-Lock
247
Braking in Emergencies
247
Traction Control System
247
Steering
249
Power Steering
249
Magnetic Speed Variable Assist Steering System
249
Steering Tips
249
Driving on Curves
249
Steering in Emergencies
250
Off-Road Recovery
251
Passing
252
Loss of Control
253
Skidding
253
Driving at Night
255
Driving in Rain and on Wet Roads
256
Hydroplaning
257
Driving Through Deep Standing Water
258
Driving Through Flowing Water
258
Some Other Rainy Weather Tips
258
City Driving
259
Freeway Driving
260
Before Leaving on a Long Trip
261
Highway Hypnosis
262
Hill and Mountain Roads
262
Winter Driving
264
Driving on Snow or Ice
265
If You're Caught in a Blizzard
266
Recreational Vehicle Towing
268
Dinghy Towing
269
Dolly Towing
269
Loading Your Vehicle
270
Electronic Level Control
272
Towing a Trailer
272
If You Do Decide To Pull A Trailer
273
Weight of the Trailer
273
Weight of the Trailer Tongue
274
Total Weight on Your Vehicle's Tires
275
Hitches
275
Safety Chains
275
Trailer Brakes
275
Driving with a Trailer
276
Following Distance
276
Passing
276
Backing Up
276
Making Turns
277
Turn Signals When Towing a Trailer
277
Driving On Grades
278
Parking on Hills
278
When You Are Ready to Leave After Parking on a Hill
279
Maintenance When Trailer Towing
279
Engine Cooling When Trailer Towing
279
Section 5 Problems on the Road
280
Hazard Warning Flashers
281
Other Warning Devices
282
Jump Starting
282
Towing Your Vehicle
289
Engine Overheating
289
Overheated Engine Protection Operating Mode
289
If Steam Is Coming From Your Engine
290
If No Steam Is Coming From Your Engine
291
Cooling System
292
How to Add Coolant to the Coolant Surge Tank
294
If a Tire Goes Flat
298
Changing a Flat Tire
299
Removing the Spare Tire and Tools
300
Removing the Wheel Cover
301
Removing the Flat Tire and Installing the Spare Tire
302
Storing the Flat Tire and Tools
307
Storing the Spare Tire and Tools
308
Compact Spare Tire
309
If You're Stuck: In Sand, Mud, Ice or Snow
310
Rocking Your Vehicle To Get It Out
310
Section 6 Service and Appearance Care
311
Service
312
Doing Your Own Service Work
312
Adding Equipment to the Outside of Your Vehicle
313
Fuel
313
Gasoline Octane
313
Gasoline Specifications
314
California Fuel
314
Additives
315
Fuels in Foreign Countries
315
Filling Your Tank
316
Filling a Portable Fuel Container
319
Checking Things Under the Hood
319
Hood Release
320
Engine Compartment Overview
321
Underhood Lamp
322
Engine Oil
322
Checking Engine Oil
322
When to Add Engine Oil
323
What Kind of Engine Oil to Use
324
Engine Oil Additives
325
When to Change Engine Oil (GM Oil Life System)
325
How to Reset the CHANGE ENGINE OIL Message
326
What to Do with Used Oil
326
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
327
Passenger Compartment Air Filter
329
Automatic Transaxle Fluid
331
When to Check and Change
331
How to Check
331
Checking the Fluid Level
332
How to Add Fluid
334
How to Reset the Transaxle Fluid Indicator
334
Engine Coolant
335
What to Use
336
Checking Coolant
337
Adding Coolant
338
Surge Tank Pressure Cap
338
Power Steering Fluid
339
When to Check Power Steering Fluid
339
How to Check Power Steering Fluid
339
What to Use
339
Windshield Washer Fluid
340
What to Use
340
Adding Washer Fluid
340
Brakes
341
Brake Fluid
341
What to Add
342
Brake Wear
343
Brake Pedal Travel
343
Brake Adjustment
343
Replacing Brake System Parts
344
Battery
344
Vehicle Storage
345
Bulb Replacement
346
Halogen Bulbs
346
Headlamps
346
Headlamp Aiming
350
Headlamp Horizontal Aiming
352
Headlamp Vertical Aiming
352
Front Cornering Lamps
355
Front Turn Signal Lamps
356
Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement
357
Tires
358
Inflation -- Tire Pressure
359
When to Check
360
How to Check
360
Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) System (If Equipped)
360
Tire Inspection and Rotation
362
When It's Time for New Tires
363
Buying New Tires
364
Uniform Tire Quality Grading
365
Treadwear
365
Traction -- AA, A, B, C
365
Temperature -- A, B, C
366
Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance
366
Wheel Replacement
366
Used Replacement Wheels
367
Tire Chains
368
Appearance Care
369
Cleaning the Inside of Your Vehicle
369
Cleaning of Fabric/Carpet
370
Using Cleaner on Fabric
370
Special Fabric Cleaning Problems
371
Cleaning Vinyl
371
Cleaning Leather
371
Cleaning the Top of the Instrument Panel
372
Cleaning Interior Plastic Components
372
Cleaning Wood Panels
372
Cleaning Speaker Covers
372
Care of Safety Belts
372
Cleaning Glass Surfaces
373
Cleaning the Outside of the Windshield and Wiper Blades
373
Weatherstrips
373
Cleaning the Outside of Your Vehicle
374
Washing Your Vehicle
374
Cleaning Exterior Lamps/Lenses
374
Finish Care
374
Cleaning Aluminum or Chrome-Plated Wheels (If Equipped)
375
Cleaning Tires
375
Sheet Metal Damage
376
Finish Damage
376
Underbody Maintenance
376
Chemical Paint Spotting
376
GM Vehicle Care/Appearance Materials
377
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
378
Engine Identification
378
Service Parts Identification Label
378
Electrical System
379
Add-On Electrical Equipment
379
Headlamp Wiring
379
Windshield Wiper Fuses
379
Power Windows and Other Power Options
379
Fuses and Circuit Breakers
380
Underhood Fuse Block
380
Removing the Rear Seat Cushion
383
Rear Underseat Fuse Block
384
Replacement Bulbs
387
Capacities and Specifications
387
Engine Specifications
388
Wheel Nut Torque
388
Capacities
388
Air Conditioning Refrigerant Capacity
388
Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts
388
Section 7 Maintenance Schedule
389
Introduction
390
Your Vehicle and the Environment
390
Maintenance Requirements
390
Using Your Maintenance Schedule
392
Scheduled Maintenance
393
Footnotes
393
Scheduled Maintenance
394
Engine Oil Scheduled Maintenance
394
Scheduled Maintenance
395
Part B: Owner Checks and Services
404
At Each Fuel Fill
404
Engine Oil Level Check
404
Engine Coolant Level Check
404
Windshield Washer Fluid Level Check
404
At Least Once a Month
404
Tire Inflation Check
404
Cassette Deck Service
404
At Least Twice a Year
405
Restraint System Check
405
Wiper Blade Check
405
Weatherstrip Lubrication
405
Automatic Transaxle Check
405
At Least Once a Year
405
Key Lock Cylinders Service
405
Body Lubrication Service
405
Starter Switch Check
406
Automatic Transaxle Shift Lock Control System Check
406
Ignition Transaxle Lock Check
407
Parking Brake and Automatic Transaxle PARK (P) Mechanism Check
407
Underbody Flushing Service
407
Part C: Periodic Maintenance Inspections
408
Steering, Suspension and Front Drive Axle Boot and Seal Inspection
408
Exhaust System Inspection
408
Fuel System Inspection
409
Engine Cooling System Inspection
409
Throttle System Inspection
409
Brake System Inspection
409
Part D: Recommended Fluids and Lubricants
410
Part E: Maintenance Record
412
Section 8 Customer Assistance Information
415
Customer Satisfaction Procedure
416
Customer Assistance for Text Telephone (TTY) Users
417
Customer Assistance Offices
418
United States
418
Canada
418
All Overseas Locations
418
Mexico, Central America and Caribbean Islands/ Countries (Except Puerto Rico and U. S. Virgin Islands)
418
GM Mobility Program for Persons with Disabilities
419
Roadside Service
419
Cadillac Owner Privileges
420
Roadside Service Availability
420
Reaching Roadside Service
421
Roadside Service for the Hearing or Speech Impaired
421
Courtesy Transportation
422
Plan Ahead When Possible
422
Transportation Options
422
Shuttle Service
422
Public Transportation or Fuel Reimbursement
423
Courtesy Rental Vehicle
423
Additional Program Information
423
Warranty Information
424
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS TO THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
424
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS TO THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
425
REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS TO GENERAL MOTORS
425
SERVICE PUBLICATIONS ORDERING INFORMATION
426
Service Manuals
426
Transmission, Transaxle, Transfer Case Unit Repair Manual
426
Service Bulletins
426
Owner's Information
426
Current and Past Model Order Forms
426

FAQ about the 2002 Cadillac Deville Manual

What contains the 2002 Deville manual?

The Cadillac Deville owner's manual is a comprehensive guide provided by Cadillac to assist owners in understanding and operating their specific model of the Cadillac Deville. It contains important information about the vehicle's features, functions, and maintenance requirements. A general overview of what you might find in a Cadillac Deville 2002 owner's manual:

  • Best practice for driving your Cadillac Deville
  • Customer Assistance, with contact information for customer support
  • Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Maintenance, for basic maintenance tasks that Cadillac Deville owners can do
  • Handling the Unexpected, including tire changes, jump-starting, and common car issues
  • Technical Information, like engine specifications, tire sizes, and recommendations

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