Question about 1997 Land Rover Discovery
The alarm systems on land rovers are quite tempramental. They work on radio frequencies. If you park next to a radio antenna like they have at post/ telecommunications offices. Then the radio waves they send out can interfere with your cars system, making it think it has been attempted to be broken into, and so immobilises. You should have a 4 digit code called the EKA code. You must have this to knock off the immobilser to start the car. The car must be locked completely, all windows shut and then enter the EKA code using your key.
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Posted on Feb 13, 2009
You need to have a new key fob programed to de immobillize the vehicle there is not really a way round this with out big wiring changes
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