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Immoboliser Faulty My mother has a 1997 hyundai accent which has run very nicely for over ten years only recently has it begun to give trouble due to its immoboliser I am a qualifed sound technician and have auto electrical experience but cant obtain wiring diagrams to bypass the circuit. Could you help

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    My 1998 accent runs lovely then out of character just won't start,engine winds over and over.Then after 8 times or more just starts like it used to on the button.I have no ideas why.Its seems like it could be the same problem as car seems dead like its immobolised.

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These immobilisers on hyundai are a chip installation in key ? considering age of car and use of ign key it may well be the worne key ist causing intermitant problem ? ask mother did she get either another ign master key or a tag with the key code number stamped on it for obtaining a replacement key with the car ? as with each new hyundai you get 2x keys and either one of the above with all documents/handbooks etc try hyundai main office b4 you consider trying to cut out immobiliser? this would affect your insurance if it is stolen and found to not have working immobiliser

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