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Ignition Immobiliser Have changed battery and fuse in Toyota Echo 2003 model and now car is completely immobilised (no radio,won't lock, lights etc) have no manual....how do I fix?

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Check fusible link or faulty wirings!your problem is near the source or supply of the battery...you can do that!trust your self

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