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Immobilzer light come on

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Immobilizer light light flashing means your ignition key transponder worn or faulty ignition switch lock cylinder antenna ring. read keys.the immobilizer control module faulty or ECM.NEED HAVE VECHICLE CODE SCAN SEE WHAT FAULT CODE YOU ARE GETTING.

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