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Diesel engine wont start will turn over problem has been narrowed down to immobilizer, is it possible to bypass immobilizer in diesel injector pump?

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    Immobilizer message. Won't start

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I had this problem and again it was narrowed down to the immobiliser. however it wasnt exactly the immobiliser it was the immobiliser coil. it sits around the key slot and it is the radio part that check the chip inside the key. got mine replaced and it starts first time every time now. it cost £35 to replace.

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