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Vw 2.6 immobiliser

2008 vw microbus,how do i bypass the conlog unit all wires at immobiliser are white,
my bus just cut out and theres no fuel or spark, cant here the fuel pump.

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  • Anonymous Apr 26, 2009

    I lost the keys on 2002 VW 2.3I. I need to bypass the conlog alarm and I don't know how to bypass it

  • Anonymous May 22, 2009

    brushes in starter wore causing a spike to set the immoblizer off vehicle is vw 5 cyl 2.5 lt 35 turbo diesel .experts tell me the chip has a section that has been corrupted but no one seems able to fix. the year is 2006 last of the old style ,seems to be a hybrid as a lot of mercedes parts and software . tech working on car is a ford specialist as vw dealer told us he did not have a clue how to fix HELP HELP HELP

  • colin white May 11, 2010

    have you checked the cranksensor?

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    nissan vg30 1tonner conlog immobiliser bypass

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My vw caravelle bus 2.6i -1996 model cant start- just cranking but not firing, cant hear the pump click as usual. It was just running fine, then switched off, when i got back all these started. kindly assist.

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I suspect you have a x109 relay playing up and that is why the vehicle will not start

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