Question about Car Audio & Video
I can only speak genericly from what I have seen on some high end vehicles:
The thieft system is working with the complete associated system. Each of the pieces that contain electronics are part of the coded and encryption security. This way parts cannot be easily mixed and matched. Most all of the modules much be programed with the proper codes to match to the system.
I think if you put back the old parts, and if the car was starting before, it should start again if nothing was damaged.
The Cadilac service dealer should have the jiggs and interface to program any of the modules.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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