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They were 4100 powered unless there is a diesel under there....

I don't know which is worse. At least with the 4100 you have a smooth quiet engine with 30 more HP. If you replace the intake manifold with the updated version and keep the antifreeze changed every other year and use stop leak I have seen these motors go over 150K without much trouble. The other nice thing about 4100 equipped Caddy's in these years is that you get a 3.42:1 rear axle ratio instead of the 2.93 from the diesel. Imagine swapping in an older 425 or 500 Cadillac engine with those gears.

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They were 4100 powered unless there is a diesel under there....

Would make a great project car to swap in the 2.9L Duramax to replace the original diesel if it is there or junk the 4100. Either way this would rock as a ride with this baby Duramax. :P

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