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1995 cadillac deville: i replaced ignition key starts

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i replaced ignition key cylinder on a 1995 cadillac deville how do you reset security so my car starts
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Cadillac
Expert:  car tech replied 5 years ago.
did it run before you changed the cylinder
Expert:  car tech replied 5 years ago.

This system is a passkey and doesn't need a relearn when this is changed it is automatic when the key is turned on your system has another problem this is getting to be a issue i would recommend installing a pro bypass module to eliminate the passkey system they work great heres a link


Customer: replied 5 years ago.
well its ignition disable theft deterent
Expert:  car tech replied 5 years ago.

then there is another problem in the system if the new cylinder didn't fix it thats why i recommended the pro bypass to elimate this system


Customer: replied 5 years ago.
it turns out that the new key cylinder has to be recut to match the chip 17.50 each of original keys
Expert:  car tech replied 5 years ago.
great i'm sorry i assumed that you had that done when you replace the cylinder
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
that took care the security problem but the same problem of the car starting it starts three times in a row then turn key and nonething the dosn't turn over then come back and try and its again do you think it could just be starter solenoid
Expert:  car tech replied 5 years ago.

do you have a voltmeter or test light


Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Expert:  car tech replied 5 years ago.
it can be a starter but i would need you to test for power at the small wire on the starter when it wont start