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No start my 2000 audi a8 wont starts up then turns off right away. the display in the day on that screen wont come up eather. is this a problem with the anti theft?

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    the car wont start i need to find the anti theft syestem that i can fix it

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If it starts and stalls immediately after, it is very possible that its caused by the immobilizer (anti thieft) try using your spare key .

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