Immobiliser ‘key’

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Re: Immobiliser ‘key’

Postby Tuga2112 » Mon 12.08.2019, 15:20

your right, i didnt notice it was a 3 sections plug.

just discard my previous comment :roll:
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Re: Immobiliser ‘key’

Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 12.08.2019, 15:29

I would carry out a delicate disassembly to find out what's inside. My tool of choice for such an operation would be similar to the heid-bummer's, but would be twice as big.
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Re: Immobiliser ‘key’

Postby AllenG » Mon 12.08.2019, 18:31

It was a stereo plug, however I did nothing to it, tried it straight out of the bag. I’ve got to say, I’m not overly concerned. I can now keep using the car with out worrying about loosing the original key (no longer required). Come winter I’ll try to find a local garage who can install a modern alarm/immobiliser. There is an alarm fitted somewhere in the battery bay area with an on/off key (vending machine type) fitted to the bulkhead behind the drivers seat which I have turn off just now as the whole barrel tends to turn in the bulkhead, concerned I could damage the wires to this when the whole thing turns.
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Re: Immobiliser ‘key’

Postby Rambo » Mon 12.08.2019, 19:51

GeoffSmith wrote:I would carry out a delicate disassembly to find out what's inside. My tool of choice for such an operation would be similar to the heid-bummer's, but would be twice as big.


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Re: Immobiliser ‘key’

Postby AllenG » Tue 13.08.2019, 06:02

Rambo wrote:
GeoffSmith wrote:I would carry out a delicate disassembly to find out what's inside. My tool of choice for such an operation would be similar to the heid-bummer's, but would be twice as big.


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