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Apparently, this is the type of bypass where you have to cut a wire at the immobilizer plug at the ignition switch, usually the PATS ignition wire. If the immobilizer is malfunctioning and you cannot start your vehicle, even with the key, You will have to remove the steering column shroud and /or dash and reconnect the wire that was cut.
I lost my key for my 1993 Honda Prelude the factory fitted immobiliser is preventing me from starting the car with a new key purchased by having one cut to suit the door lock can you please hel[p me disconnect or disarm it cheers Glen
If by immobilizer, u mean that your key wont turn in the ignition, just keep turning to the right. Same thing happens w/my 92 after i replace the battery or turn the wheel 2much after turning off the van
You need to disconnect Battery. On reconnecting, you will hear a "chirp" from the Alarm System. Within 2-3 seconds, press the button on your transmitter, and you should hear the Alarm respond correctly.
Put the car in valet mode. Disconnect the NEGATIVE battery terminal. Put the keys in the ignition and turn it as far forward as you can (as though trying to start it) and let it spring back. Reconnect the negative terminal. This should reset the alarm to valet mode. Programming varies from brand to brand. Contact an alarm dealer and they can help reprogram the remote(s).