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Having Starting problem

Have replaced old ECU with new one, but now no responce ,i feel like some problem with immobiliser,,
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2002 Porsche 911 will not start when clutch is derpressed. Everything else seems ok. This happened after a battery change. No fuse plan available on the fuse door

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