Question about Toyota Corolla
I want a diagram and location of an engine immobilizer for a 2006 Toyota Isis Immobilizer, this is 1AZ engine
not here. so cant help.
get your cars FSM from the dealer, and read that.
its all there, and is very complex.
he IMMO is married tot he PCM and BCM.
so.... lots of issues dealing with that.
get the FSM.
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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
If you have lost all keys, you must see a Toyota dealership to have them reseed the immobilizer and cut a new key or keys. They shouldnt charge you more than 2-2.5 hours labor plus the cost of keys. I do these all the time
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
An immobilizer bypass is an electrical circuit which allows current to flow to whatever component is starved of current to keep the engine from running (usually the coil). The immobilizer opens the circuit to the coil, the immobilizer bypass closes the circuit to the coil.
If you didn't install an immobilizer circuit, then you don't need the bypass. There are probably instructions you missed in the manual explaining the immobilizer circuit.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
If there is a blinking car icon with an "X" over it. This icon means the Immobilizer has been activated and hence won't allow the car to start. It could be due to a bad SCU, Start Control Unit. The SCU is actually the ignition switch on these cars.
Most of the time it's triggered by the anti-theft system..You can try this trick i learned that the dealers won't tell you...try locking and unlocking of the doors five times with the remote to reset the immobilizer and see if this helps.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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