Cadillac Eldorado Problem Report
Cadillac Eldorado Oil Leak From Lower Engine Area
The engine may develop an oil leak from the lower crankcase portion of the engine block. Our technicians tell us that the engine must be removed from the vehicle to properly repair this oil leak.
Leaks badly... it will cost around $2000 to have the engine removed to fix?!?!??! - Visitor
Just brought this to my mechanic to check out after purchase. He found oil leak and said he wouldnt touch it and to just add oil as needed. Said he would have advised me never to purchase . Oh, well:( - Visitor
Oil leak under motor. Checked everything myself and found the line running into the oil filter holder was leaking tightened leak there stoped but cant locate other leak - Visitor
Engine must be removed to replace leaking seals Just live with it - Visitor
ENGINE OIL LEAK AROUND CRANK CASE - Visitor
they tend to have an oil leak when using natural water due to the minerals in it use de natured water and it shouldnt eat the seals up - Visitor
Lots of leaking oil from bottom of car - Visitor
Seeping oil from lower engine seal. Fix is to spend $3000 pulling the engine and replacing a $10 part or putting a $5 dollar quart of oil every so often. - Visitor
Oil leaking from split block seal Dealers should have to correct this problem the caddy manufacturer is aware of many. - Visitor
oil pan leak engine had to be lifted to fix - Visitor
oil and small tranny leak - Visitor
On 5/23/14, I purchased from its owner, a 2001 Cadillac Eldorado ESC. I am having problems with the trunk. The trunk will not open with either the keyless remote or the button inside the car. When it was opening with these two methods a day or two ago, it would not always close. I can open the trunk with the key but I have a hard time getting it to close/latch completely. I tried 5 times yesterday to get the trunk to latch shut. I now have a car whose trunk I am afraid to use. - Visitor
Add a quart in between oil change - Visitor
I bought the car knowing the car had several oil leaks . spent $1,300.00 on haven all seals replaced but not the half shaft. - adsmitty63
OIL RUSHING OUT OF OIL PPAN SEAL - Visitor
leak is from the oil pan. i am a pro mechanic. These engines suck. I hate to say it,but this doesn't happen w/foregin cars - Visitor
Very slow oil leak... like one or two small drops per week.. - Visitor
car wouldnt start as i tried to the oil rushed out like a foutain, what could that be? - Visitor
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For the past five years, we have had an oil leak above the oil pan on the engine block. I not...