Question about 2010 Toyota Corolla
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The immobilizer does not "lock" the ignition, it does not energize the fuel injection relay. What you have is a "locked" steering column. Put the key in the ignition, and pull/turn the steering wheel HARD left or right, whilst turning the key to on or start. Do BOTH at the same time.The action of you pulling on the steering wheel will unlock the steering column.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
you really need the dealer for this one. car is too new and should be under warrenty. This should not of happen. Most likely you have a computer issue with codes stored that will direct the technician in fixing this.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
of course it is from the battery but the flashing kleds take such a minimal amopunt of power to work you have no worries about draining the battery
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Hi! As a first course of action I strongly suggest that you open the hood and remove the positive battery connector then let it sit for atleast 5mins. to reset the car's system. After 5mins. reconnect the battery connector, turn the engine on and see how it goes. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
SOURCE: 2002 toyota sienna ,, engine
Hello cbmconstruct...i'm not allowed to call you in this chat forum, but i will do my best to help you here. I know how frustrating these security systems can be...another way for the dealers to make a buck...Do you have a blank master key? Should be a black one. Once these lights sets it no longer reckonizes your key or fob---The immboilizer is built in to the ECU.
Luckily for you they are resetable using a scan tool with the proper software. You should never have to replace the computer unless it it is destroyed. They can be reset to accept new keys (most dealers don't know this). Some can be done with scan tools, some require removal of the ECU or Immobilizer unit and can be reflashed to accept new keys....they get reflashed often for local dealers and auctions, this is a heck of alot cheaper than replacing the ECU at $1100+
I suggest getting in touch with a local locksmith (Must be an auto specialist) that has the required software. Or another option---Prices for a new master key run $40-$60, the programming for a master key would be $75-$95 depending on the dealership.
Good luck & i hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 01, 2011
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