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What are the probable causes of DTC P1614?


1. Faulty or not programmed ignition key
2. Faulty Immobilizer unit
3. Faulty Engine Control Module (ECM

Jan 30, 2016 | 2000 Kia Sportage

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Were is the computer located


In regards to the 1614 code. You should/could also see code 1610.

P1610/P1614
P1610- Ignition key/engine control module (ECM) malfunction
P1614- Immobilizer control module (ATS) coding plug communication-no signal. (ATS=anti theft system)
The ECM is getting a signal form 1614 that the key/ignition is not providing a correct code. Hence, the programing is told to fail engine start. Should the engine failing to start with 1 key, try the other key.
Should the Anti Theft System go into lock mode with one key, try the second key. If that does not unlock it then do this: with either key turn the ignition to ON position for 5 seconds then BACK to OFF position for 5 seconds, the to On position for 5 seconds then back to the OFF position for 5 seconds. If the ignition key is and intergrated key (remote: unlock, lock) the batteries should be changed in both keys. Low battery or dead battery provides low or no security code signals to ECM -- hence incorrect or no signal.
When replacing the batteries: be sitting in the drivers seat with the 2 keys within 24 inches of each other. And make the battery change within 1 minute for each key and within 4 minutes of the first key.
If that does not work,Check you users manual for the ignition key sequence on/off series to relearn the on board car computer to the keys.

Mar 09, 2014 | 2000 Kia Sportage

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P1610 and P1614 Keys won't turn for Lock Position on Ignition Lock Cylinder


Not sure what the problem here is.
The codes are for the security system - - the key is not sending a signal or the right signal for the car to start.
Could be a problem with the lock cylinder which may have a sensor for the key inside it.

Jul 02, 2012 | 2002 Nissan Altima

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I have 2003 nissan pathfinder,i have this codes p1610, p1614,the cvar don't start


these are codes for the anti theft system.did you use a key to start it other than one you usually use?if im not mistaken p1610 is a difference of key/unregistered key and 1614 means system entered lockout mode because of key.please let me know how you make out.

Feb 08, 2011 | Nissan Pathfinder Cars & Trucks

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Citroen Picasso battery light stays on and lost some electrical functions of the car, i.e, rear window heater, indicators. Have had the alternator checked twice and came back fine. Could/would this be...


i valeted my 54 plate picasso, and left the windows open for a few hours.
went back to check and rear windows wo nt move, anyone which fuse might have blown as i do not have any manuals

Dec 28, 2010 | 2001 Renault Sportwagon

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