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Replacing a RIM Module on a 2002 Deville

Zergkiller1Zergkiller1 Member Posts: 2
edited September 2020 in Cadillac

I was wondering if anyone here had ever replace the Rear Integration Module on a 2000-2005 series Cadillac Deville. Should it be just plug and play or does it have to be programmed to work?

Thanks in advance.

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    thecardoc3thecardoc3 Member Posts: 5,771
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    The RIM is usually plug and play but there are some options the vehicle could be built with that make it programable.


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    Zergkiller1Zergkiller1 Member Posts: 2
    Thanks so much for the response. I've heard from South Main Auto on the internet, and on a Buick, that the automatic load leveling system could require reprogramming, but I'll get to that later. Unless you want to respond???

    I have a "base" Cadillac.
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