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Re: engine alarm immobilisers
Is that factory alarm,you can try to lock and unlock the driver side door.if not usually they put areset button under the driver kick panel,or u can bypass it by tapping the yellow wire on the ignition swicth,wiring side,
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If it is not a new key fob, it sounds to me like the immobilizer is activated. So, all the lights on the dash are working now? Is there a flashing key on the dash lights? One of the resets that works is put the key fob in, and turn ignition on without starting it, and leave it 15 minutes. And try again.
This would appear to be a immobiliser fault? Try a manual start - do not use fob, open door with key and immediately put the key in ignition and start the car. Using this method - when you open the door you will hear a chime this is counting down to starting the alarm. This method can sometimes get around a fob/immobiliser fault. If this makes no difference then you need to get the car checked at a Jaguar dealers for the security system. - good luck.
Read your owners manual on how to re-set the alarm off as when you locked the doors you have used the remote key and used regular key to open the door. As you alarm system a bit different than the one I have, you may have to press different remote button sequence to re-set the alarm and get the immobiliser re-set to off. Normally the engine should re-start after 15 minutes rest between tries with alarm re-settingsequence.
The way mine works, I have to turn on and off the ignition without starting engine then after 3 turns it should chirp then I would turn it fully to start the engine.
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put key in door lock,unlock/hold key over windows will go down....then lock/hold key over,windows will go up,press and hold unlock button on remote for 30 secs,you have just reset the alarm/immobiliser.
Your Immobiliser has activated the alarm, you must deactivate the immobiliser to deactivate the alarm. go into the car (even if siren is wailing and your neighbours are nosy) close the door and put key in the ignition, turn key to ACC position. Hold down unlock button till you see indicators flash once. Remove keys and get out of the vehicle. Try unlocking and locking. This should be reset.
you need to reset alarm/immobiliser.lock car with remote, hold button down for 30 secs,then press/hold down unlock button,should reset.another way is with key in ignition/turned on, press alarm button down and hold for 30 secs.this resets immobiliser.toyota
systems vary..depending on market.
hi yes the alarm will be set in a set order any variation to that set of rules will either set the alarm off or immobilise the the start system sort your alarm out check the fuses and for loose wiring before going into any big details yates210456