Question about Car Audio & Video
You will need to have it hooked up to a TECH 2 to get the radio to relearn. This tool is only avalible at the dealer (the tool cost to buy the tool is $2700!) So doing this at home is not going to happen unless you are super rich. If you don't want to pay a dealer big money to learn the stock radio then I would look for a used double din aftermarket radio and have it installed. This is the inexpensive option of getting some sound back in your Cadillac. Click on the link below to view the 2002 Cadillac Deville owners manual:
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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