Question about Car Audio & Video
Hello... sorry to hear you are having problems. You did not mention what type of vehicle this is installed on. Under the steering column, generally, is where these connections are made. If you can access this area, there will be a wire that will be cut in half. That will be your starter wire. You will need to reconnect those 2 wires together. Without a vehicle make, model, year, I really can't give you anything more to work with. This will be the only way to bypass the immobilizer. Hope this helped! Good luck with your venture!
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Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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