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EVO-ONE or EVO-ALL for T11 Pro on a 2006 Cadillac CTS

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I have been doing some reading here & elsewhere regarding my car. I bought it used & the OEM remote does not work for it. In lieu of making a trip to a dealer & spending some money to have it programmed, I want to add an aftermarket system with remote start. All I need to do with the remote is lock/ulock, trunk release, and remote start. I have decided on buying the T11 Pro remote and ANT-2WDSS antenna.

When I input my year/make/model, it suggests both the Evo One and Evo All. It says the All does not do remote start and is not compatible with remote kits, which seems odd.

So my first question is which unit should I buy so I can do what I wnat to do and use the remote I want to use?

My next question involves interfacing the T11 with either unit. I presume I'll need a programmer, but is there anything else to buy other than the remote and antenna?
asked Aug 20, 2018 in Cadillac by Paul Caraccount (340 points)

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The evo-one will remote start your vehicle, however the T11 is not 100% compatible with the evo-one, hence why we do not list that remote in the RF kit section of the fortin website.

 

If you are set on getting the T-11 the following items is what would be required:

1- T11 remotes (firstech product)

2- T11 compatible remote starter (first tech/Compustar)

3- INT-SL+ (This is the bypass module. This would be the guide for the bypass portion of the installation, you would follow connection 3: http://cdn02.fortin.ca/download/46281/int-sl+_revj.pdf)

 

Also please note our solution only works on the standard metal blade key version of the 2006 cts. Not compatible with the smart key version.
answered Aug 21, 2018 by Derek (155,030 points)
Thanks for the reply. Do you know where the incompatibility lies? As I wrote, all I need are lock/unlock, trunk, remote start and I want to use the T11's voltage and temperature monitoring. I don't need all of the many functions it has, but I don't like the other remotes that are available.

EDIT- It looks like trying to put this together piecemeal is not cost-effective since the antenna is also expensive. Are there an LCD type remotes that willl work as-is with the EVO One?
A list of all compatible remotes with evo-one can be found here: http://fortin.ca/en/technology/rf_kits.html

 

Third drop down on the right lets you see all the different company's remotes we work with.
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