There are 4 fuse boxes total in a 1995 DeVille. Three of the boxes are located on the driver's side inner fender area and next to the front of the engine bay, which comprises of 2 maxi fuse blocks and an engine compartment micro relay center. The 4th fuse box is located inside the trunk, on the left-rear fender well (or the left side panel as some vehicle owners call it).
Cadillac thinned its ranks considerably in 1994, dropping both the Allante convertible and Sixty Special sedan as well as eliminating the Coupe DeVille. The DeVille series, identified on the car with a capital "D" in 1994, was now comprised of the Sedan DeVille and Sedan DeVille Concours. Other than the Sedan DeVille and Fleetwood, powered by 4.9-liter V8 and 5.7-liter V8 engines, the Northstar 4.6-liter V8 engine was used in all other Cadillac models.
In recent news, the 2014 Cadillac CTS sat on display during an unveiling event on March 26, 2013 in New York City. Sources close to Cadillac confirmed that the current generation CTS Coupe and Wagon will carry on for another year or so along with the new generation sedan. Then, they will both be dropped. The CTS Wagon has always been a slow seller and its main purpose was to give Cadillac the image of a full-on automaker with a rich lineup.