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The antitheft system in your car is controlled by a computer. Scanning the computer will give you some idea of what has failed. You may find a broken wire in the steering column or a faulty ignition switch or ignition key. You may even have a failed computer.

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SOURCE: Hello, I have a Daihatsu Fourtrack

please explain a bit more ,i do feel that the services of a local mechanic to have a look will be in order here

Posted on Dec 09, 2010

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Being your's is a add on unit it will be easier than factory. I would start with contacting "Laser Line", for an installation manual or wiring diagram of your unit. Finding all the components and related wiring would be my next step. Looking for the original cars factory wiring that was spliced to fit the immobilizer. You may have to get your hands on a wiring diagram of your car to check the routing of related wiring. It should be wired to the intercept power to the distributor and the fuel pump. Before the cars computer. As always, add on kits such as this where done quickly by a person more versed with radio installs than anti-theft devises. So looking for out of place wiring, easy to access or get to locations, botched splices and electrical tape where there should not be, are keys to the location of add on wiring. Looking for the org. cars factory wiring colors and sizes, following the routing you will find cut wires spliced to different colors and sizes. Hope this helps FixYa up.

Posted on Aug 27, 2011

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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.

however, do this at your own risk.

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