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Immobiliser led not functioning ..engine just cranks no start up..new battery in fob.. Removed centre lower dash bracket,,small control box with a red/grey spot colour wire just loose? checked all fuses.. self diagnosis says to bridge diagnostic plug and count flashes..no light showing on dash too count? seems immobiliser has cut off main electrics ?

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