Socket for immobiliser is fitted on steering column right hand side close to dash, I do not know what type of immob it is and I have no paperwork with it. Lights radio etc all working ok so not car battery and there is no battery in immob fob, just a chip. It was working fine, just stopped working overnight. is there a way I can reset it myself.
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Hi good people, My TE Magna has been suffering the immobiliser no ... NO you can not bypass the immob, a gound or power will NOT give the ECU the correct code from the immob that it requires ... 1992 Mitsubishi magna.
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An immobiliser or immobilizer is an electronic security device fitted to an automobile that prevents the engine from running unless the correct key (or other token) is present. This prevents the car from being "hot wired" after entry has been achieved and helping to reducing motor vehicle theft.
theres a socket you can use to reset the immobilizer. follow the steering shaft down, then under the dash, you will find the socket. plug the key switch with the button facing away from you, while the ignition is switched on.I'm pretty sure it doesnt matter if the remote is broken or not, as it just bridges the circuit, allowing you to start the car. hope this helps..
immobiliser on monterey is behind and left of the glove box.cable runs under the dashboard and breaks into the wiring loom to the right of the steering column.its easier to bypass from here as you can see which wires have been broken into and theyr coloured.(all the wires at immobiliser are black) Half hour job.!
Unfortunately the ignition barrel has been replaced with a new key,which has not been adapted to the immobiliser.The three core wire is from the reader coil which is supposed to fit around the ignition barrel.Obviously the key head was taped in the right position for the reader coil to read the key chip.Now the immobiliser is doing its job and cutting the ECU to stop it from running.It will take persiverance to find the right position to tape key back to coil for engine to run.Then your local VW Commercial dealership can readapt your key.
yes you will have to remove it, remove the cover on driverside under the dash, you will see wires coming down the steering column,the main wire may be yellow or red, you will see wire cut and split into mobilizer remove and connect wire back together, they will be the same color, the rest of the wiring can stay as long as the starter wire is reconnected.
these motors suffer from dodgy starter contacts on the ignition switch,turn key and all lights on,push car and it starts ok but no starter motor.??these switches are dear as its a complete unit with steering lock,if this is the fault then fit an old fashioned push button switch on dash ---sorted.If you say epc light on then this is immobiliser ,try spare key if that dont work then its a dealer job to reset immobiliser unless someone knows how to by-pass it.Havent done one yet so i dont know how too,but i itching to get my diesel oil covered grimed in black hands on one to try and pit my wit against a four eyed nerd that invented the immobiliser system.