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NEED CODE FOR THE IMMOBILIZER

I AM CHANGING COMPUTER. I NEED TO GET THE CODE FOR THE IMMOBLIZER

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you have to get keys at dealer ship. because your car has to be reprogram.before it crank. you have keys cut car computator will disable car it thinks you trying to steal it.

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