Find where they cut the wires and reattach them the ones that are for the fans should be close. check the fuse box the wire that keeps then running all the time sould be in the ignition fuse .hope this helps.
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will it turn the ignition? if not the key is cut wrong. If it turns the ignition and the engine will not crank you probably have some type of anti theft system that requires a special key to make it work.
When the car was built they did not have the chirpping option. I had owned a 95 & a 96 both purchased new and that chip you will not here from a factory unit. Maybe aftermarket has that option if you know someone with the chipping noise in their Caddy. I also worked at a Caddy dealership for 7 years and never heard one chirp in any 90's model
Do you have memory seats as well? If so follow these steps I am going to refer to the keys as A and B as you have 2 of them 1) Unlock car with key A 2) Turn ignition into ON position with key A and roll down the window 3) Point Key B at IR Sensor and Click twice (perform both clicks under 5 seconds) 4) Turn off ignition and pull Key A out 5) Turn ignition into ON position with Key B 6) Point Key A at IR Sensor and Click once 7) Turn off ignition and Pull Key B out
Key A should be programmed as the Master Seat Program and Key B should be programmed for the Secondary seat program So when you set your memory seats Key A is for Memory Position 1 and Key B is for memory position 2 if you don't have memory seats then you only have to point the receiver at the sensor and click once. That should just sync the IR Frequency and Codes
following procedure applies to vehicles that have functional lock
cylinders. Such cylinders either have a key available or known key
numbers from which a key can be made.
Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Turn the lock cylinder key to the RUN position.
Using a 1/8
in. (3mm) diameter wire pin or a small drift, depress the lock cylinder
retaining pin through the access hole in the upper steering column
shroud (under the ignition lock cylinder) while pulling out on the lock
cylinder. Remove the lock cylinder from the column.
Using the key, turn the ignition lock cylinder to the RUN position,
then depress the retaining pin using a wire pin or small drift
Install the lock cylinder by turning it to the RUN
position and depressing the retaining pin. Insert the lock cylinder
into its housing. Make sure the cylinder is fully seated and aligned in
the interlocking washer before turning the key to the OFF position. This will permit the cylinder retaining pin to extend into the cylinder housing.
Rotate the lock cylinder using the lock cylinder key, to ensure correct mechanical operation in all positions.
Connect the negative battery cable.
following procedure applies to vehicles in which the ignition lock is
inoperative and the lock cylinder cannot be rotated due to a lost or
broken key, unknown key number or a lock cylinder cap that has been
damaged and/or broken to the extent that the lock cylinder cannot be
The fan relay may be malfunctioning (the fan relay is what actually switches the fan on and off and gets its signal from the ECM, which in turn gets its signal from the temp sensor) testing/replacing the relay and temp sensor would be the best thing to start with,... unless you notice any additional (non factory) wire attached to the power wires to the fan. Sometimes folks, in an attmpt to fix an overheating or fan relay problem, attach a ignition switched positive lead from the fusebox or other switched source to the positive poer lead on the fan,.. making the fan run whenever the ignition is switched on.