Its a garage up in NE of scotland but lost details sorry, but , any decent auto electrician you know of heard of should be able to do it, the car we had it done on was a 106 pug, but things should still be able to be done the same or similar?!
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you cannot disable the immobiliser. it is a system mercedes has put into to prevent theft. however, you can bypass the immobiliser (otherwise known as EIS, Electronic Ignition Switch) in order to switch ON the car, but you wont be able to start it.
what you need to do it remove the connector from the back of the EIS module and bridge terminals 15r and terminal 30. i recommend getting a wiring diagram specific to your car to be sure of the terminals.
the red hand is usually an immobiliser fault if the vehicle is still running you should take it to a dealer and get it checked that is a better option than getting stuck somewhere if it isn't still running you could try starting the vehicle with another key if you have a spare if not it may need to be towed to a dealer as some of the immobiliser codes can only be cleared by a dealer
Your Immobiliser has activated the alarm, you must deactivate the immobiliser to deactivate the alarm. go into the car (even if siren is wailing and your neighbours are nosy) close the door and put key in the ignition, turn key to ACC position. Hold down unlock button till you see indicators flash once. Remove keys and get out of the vehicle. Try unlocking and locking. This should be reset.