e bay is the best source for themSlightly unrelated question.
If the gentleman from whom I purchased my 1995 FWB was unable to supply a key fob, would it be possible to pick one up from a dealership?
Key fobs are an amazing invention, and I'd really love to get in on that.
That's the CCM, or Central Control Module. Mine went bad due to a water leak, and I am experiencing similar problems. My AC and interior lights will not turn off even if the car is off, so I have to remove the fuse to get them off.So there is a box in the trunk which powers or enables the alarm, stereo, lighting and etc for the Cadillac Fleetwood? Because my stereo isn't working as the time shows 0:00 and every five seconds it goes off and right back on. The lighting also doesn't turn on and I was told by the previous owner that I have to replace the computer or "box" in the trunk to have that fixed. He told me it runs for a bout "$150," but I don't even know what it is or where to get it. Any help?
Ditto. I've super-scoured that whole area on my '94 Fleetwood Brougham and do not see such a black/white, free standing connector.Anyone have a picture of the connector? The only black/white wire I see in that area is connected to a ground screw on the torsion bar support bracket on the left side. I don't see a free connector. I even pulled the trunk liner back hoping it might be behind it.
yes, your Fltwd does not have the factory installed remote lock/entry system. It is logical to suspect a previous owner installed a third party device, as they did on my Fltwd. I never knew it was not a factory system, because I never had a reason to question it's origin. The system on my vehicle was installed under the dashboard below the steering wheel, behind the cover plate.Somewhat surprisingly, my pretty-well-optioned '94 FWB does not have that AU0 RPO code on the trunk label either. Is that why I have not been able to locate that connector that you need to short in order to reprogram key fobs? If so, how in the heck can I do so?