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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Our problem was very simpy solved in the end. With all doors shut we were told to lock and unlock the car with the remote about 7 times. This re-set the immobiliser and the car started!
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
SOURCE: Just bought a 2.0 16v
Yes this alarm didn't come with the car from the manufacture like this its an aftermarket piece so just go through all the wiring and cut off the ones that are connected to the alarm box under the dash on the drivers side.Be careful though you don't want to cut off a wire that is needed but if you fallow each wire from the box to where it connects and then cut it you should be fine.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
There is a way to override the code, however you need the code number. The only other way is to sit in car with door shut, play with the central locking button on dash, locking and unlocking. While doing this occassionally turn the ignition on and off. If you do it long enough, you may find the immobiliser light goes out, if it does, quickly start the car.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
check ya battery thats normally the cause
good bat 12.4v bad bat anything below 11.8v
With the engine running
good 13.8-14.8v bad anything below 13.0v
if below 13.0v when running the alternator is broken
Hope i help
Posted on May 17, 2010
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