Question about 2000 Cadillac DeVille
Try spraying some liquid graphite into the door lock and keep trying to work the key to turn.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am having the smae problem starting this week. Key fob has been broken for several months (and on a 2001 Cadillac you HAVE to go to dealer to program a new one.) So I've been using the key-- no problem.
FIrst thing others need to understand. The 2001 Deville has a key entry on the Driver's door ONLY-- not any other door. So you can't just go to anotger door.
Secondly-- I am trying my 'main' key, which admittedly has some wear. But I am also trying my "spare" key which has practically no wear at all-- so this is not an issue of a worn-out key. Both have worked fine in the past.
What happens is that the door lock all of a sudden will not let the key go all the way into the lock. YOu can feel it being stopped for the last 1/8 of an inch or so-- just enough so you can't turn the key in the door lock. Seems like some kind of messed up security feature. But all I know is I cannot get into my car, parked in my garage!
Posted on Sep 04, 2012
SOURCE: i have a 2004
First check your fuses (Manual should have that location for the window fuses). Also do the other windows go down on the other side with the switch on the drivers door? And what else doesn't work ( Mirrors, Locks )?
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
my 2009 cadillac cts has an hdd with a port to plug in my ipod. When I plug it in the stereo says that there are no audio files to download. It downloads cd's no problem so why can't it download my ipod?
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
This is a common problem with these cars, what you need to do is first be sure the battery is replace on the remote itself the take a watch battery and have a number on the battery to identify the correct replacement. If this doesn't work and the battery in the car is dead the wire going to the starter must be located and energized by jacking up the car and hooking up the red wire of a pair of jumper cables to starter's terminal where the large wire connects. After doing that connect the remaining black jumper wire to a suitable ground under the vehicle, proceed to connect the jumper cables to a fresh battery and then try the keyless entry remote.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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