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My mitsubishi shogun immobiliser as come on as somebody tried to steel it i replaced the ignition switch at the bottem of the barrel because the damaged it so any ideas of how to disconnect the cobra immobiliser

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on the cover of the fuse box it will tell you what that fuse controls, at that point you will want to take a look at what it controls and if it is fine. then trace the wiring back until you find where it is shorting out. Good luck and remember to rate the responses that you get thanx.

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