Question about 2005 Ford Ikon 1.6i
First check your battery terminals for looseness whether insolation caused acid corrosion ,if ok check all your fuses mainly in engine compartment,if ok check your ignition switch ,remove steering cover to observe any burns on all plugs connections
Posted on Dec 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have your alternator checked. I have recently had the same issue in a different brand of car. Initially thought it was the battery because that the system light that displayed for the issue. However when taken in to the shop found out there was nothing wrong with the battery, something was failing in the alternator. This problem is most present in extreme cold and hot conditions.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Call your dealer with prof of ownership they can walk you through it . or call a lock smith , Sorry but for obvious reasons I wont be of any other help on this one. PS hope you can under stand . Thank You .
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
if the battery is not much good then you will get issues like this also being a ford I would check the earth connection from the car battery to the car body, the main feed. also there is another o the gearbox and another that runs to the altenator, these are all common poor earth problems. ensure they have a good conatct.
Secondly have you checked the fuel relay is not loose or maybe on it's way out, this again is not unusual, if the relay fails then it has an electro magnet inside, poor powr from the battery will make it stick either open or closed like a light switch kinda, you should here it ticking at the fuse box when the key is turned, also immobilisers often use this part of the cars wiring to stop fuel coming to the engine as a security measure. Maybe thats the issue the immobiliser shutting the relay down.
I would certainly check that first as its super simp,e to replace.
p.s if you need more info get back to me
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
SOURCE: Immobiliser activated
Charge the vattery and wait for the immobilizer system to "time out" (may take about 30 minutes). At that time, it will start if you are using the correct key for the vehicle.
Posted on Apr 30, 2012
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