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1996 ford festiva immobiliser remote won't de-activate

Immobiliser won't detect remote activator

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SOURCE: IMMOBILISER DOES NOT WORK

The Hyundai Immobiliser system called the SMARTRA manufactured. by Bosch consists of the SMARTRA ECU which has its own CPU .
Have a look at links below:
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http://avtodiagnost.com/uploads/Hyundai_Manual.pdf

Posted on May 21, 2008

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SOURCE: engine immobiliser activated due to alarm going off.

Our problem was very simpy solved in the end. With all doors shut we were told to lock and unlock the car with the remote about 7 times. This re-set the immobiliser and the car started!

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Immobiliser problem - 94' Golf Mk3 GTI 2lt 8 valve

just unplug the immobiliser unit. its behind the glove compartment for rhd models.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Immobiliser for 98 Ford Escort

read my posting and it will show you,,,this is for a petrol version if its a diesel get back to me for different instructions

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: engine will not start because immobiliser is

disconnect the battery, behind the glove box is a white 4 pin socket, disconnect this, then turn key in ignition to the point just before ignition, reconnect the battery, then turn ignition on, engine should fire, the only problem is you will have to repeat each time you start, best way is to put an immobiliser switch in between the gegative battery terminal and set it on or under the dash, hope this helps

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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