My daewoo matiz wont start
Without being able to use another key, you will have to remove your immobilizer circuit if it's an after market type, which on the Matiz I'm reasonably certain that it is.
A professional auto electrician should be able to do this rather quickly as they are very easy to bypass and should only take a few minutes work.
If you wish to do it yourself, then you may need a multimeter or a bulb tester.
Locate the ignition wiring loom and find the area where the starter or ignition circuit wires have been split. If there are no signs of this then look for a spare plug next to the ignition barrel, remove any plug which is presently inserted and re-insert the spare plug. That should fix it.
If there is indeed a wire or two which have been cut in the ignition wiring harness for other wiring to intersect, then you will have to remove the other wiring (immobilizer circuit wiring) and reconnect the original wiring. Then try restarting.
If you aren't quite sure what you are doing however then don't attempt this by yourself.
And always bind heavy duty wiring well and solder as well as insulate well when you've finished.
Nov 06, 2012 |
Cars & Trucks