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I have a h reg pajero import and th eimmobiliser is stuck on. how to i get it off or disconntect it completely

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You have to find the immobiliser relay and remove it .

look underneath the steering column, it is a black box which you would recognise as an add on, meaning it is not an original part of the pick up. it could just be tied anywhere under there or screw anywhere under neath. trace the wires that comes and goes there. there should be a red wire that comes with a fuse. that is the power supply. you can remove the fuse and hope it would do the trick.

if not, then another small box connected to it could be the relay. that you can remove the power going to the relay so that it won't function anymore and you can start your pick up.

tnx 4 using fixya,

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Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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