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Can not fiend fues for immobilizer for nissan vanette cago van i have no ignition lights egine turns over but will not start checked main fues box all fueses are ok

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make sure that your key is in good order. you mat have a issue with your key. if that is all ok, then i would be looking at the NATS antenna/amplifier. its a component that is mounted around the ignition, where you insert your key. you cant see it because its inside of the steering wheel covers that are around the steering column. that may be faulty. if the security light is on while you are cranking the car ober, than you definetelly have an issue with the NATS system.start with checking the kay and make sure that you are using the right/chipped key only to start this van. do not use a spare key that is not chipped, because it will not work.

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