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I have fitted a replacement ignition key and barrel on my 53 plate Alto but the immobiliser stays on how can reset it?

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    yadayada Nov 08, 2012

    What is a 53 plate, we do not use this term in the USA. Thanks

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The immobilizer is programmed to the key and reader, contact the dealership and have them reprogram it for you.

Posted on Nov 08, 2012

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this is the procedure to remove the ignition barrel:

Remove the steering column surround and you should see a black round thing on the left hand side, this is the ignition switch. Remove this and you will see there is one screw holding the ignition barrel on, remove and you then need to insert your key and turn it to the ACC position. you should now be able to withdraw the barrel using the key but take care not to snap the key off in the barrel.

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dealer only ,might get away with a re programme of the chipped key ,worst case scenario is a new ECU

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did u try changing code reader on the barrell? it mite not be picking up the code on the key

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Hyundai service manuals, and owner's manuals are available to all Hyundai owners.

Your owner's manual will describe the programming procedure.

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