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How to reset immobiliser 1998 corrola 1.8 GLE

The immobiliser does not switch the ignition on when the remote button is pressed

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Never try to reset the Immobilizer. It is advised to consult a programming personnel.

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SOURCE: Any Idea how to bypass/reset immobiliser as remote is broken? Any button located inside? 1991 Toyota Camry

You will have to by a new remote,I don,t think you can by pass the computer.

Posted on Feb 16, 2015

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