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The landcruiser V8 1VD-Ftv engine can't crank through the button(keyless ignition)but all dashboard lights are on,how do I go about it?

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The key have to be less that 12" from the ignition button to defeat the immobiliser.

That vehicle looks derelict!

Posted on Dec 23, 2016

  • Epodoi Emma Dec 23, 2016

    I have drawn the key closer,the immobiliser senses the key and the light turns green from the switch button but still can't crank

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