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I have an autowatch touch key immobiliser , that says it's armed (led flashes slowly), but will start regardless of whether i use the touchkey or not. i have tried re programming using the 5 digit code, and still no difference.

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If its newly installed the ignition interuption relay may not have been installed. Either that or it has been hooked up worng.

only other thing you can do is check the code.
To check if you have the correct code for programming follow these instructions:

  1. wait for the alarm to immobilise itself – IE the LED flashes slowly
  2. Turn the ignition on the LED will be constantly on,
  3. Turn the ignition off, the LED will now flash, count the flashes for the first number in the override code. For example if the first number is 3, count three flashes of the LED. When the LED has flashed the amount of times that corresponds to the first number of the code turn the ignition switch on.
  4. Turn off the ignition and count the flashes for the next number of the code and so on until all the numbers in the override code have been entered.
  5. If the code has been recognised the LED will flash very quickly for a few seconds, you are now in programming mode and the alarm is also disarmed.
  6. If the LED has not flashed quickly - start again from the beginning.
If the number is ‘0’ count 10 flashes of the LED.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

  • Narutokage Feb 25, 2012

    Hi, thank you for this answer, I could turn on my engine :) So I have a question: I have the auto watch immobiliser 629Ti already installed when I bought my van. All worked fine but actually my key is not recognized anymore and I don't know why! I have only one key and I would like to know what can I do? I can start my engine with the pin code but it's very embarrassing to make this process all the time.. Can I desactivate the immobiliser or reprogram my only key? I apologize for my English and thank for your answer

  • Rob Rhind
    Rob Rhind Mar 06, 2019

    English is perfect and question perfectly reasonable. I have the same issue so a shame that this has sat unanswered for 7 years.

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