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Greetings!
I have had battery out, and now can't bypass immobilizer. Have had keycode confirmed by L.R., and have done key left in ignition til message disappears (half hour) and entered keycode soooo many times (3 goes wait half hour), If anyone knows and is kind enuff to reply, I would be so chuffed, cos I'm at my wits end /:(/:(/:(
 

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Are your doors all locking and unlocking together? If not you have a duff latch. If you have a duff latch you can not enter the keycode.
 

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What year? if post '96 it may change the procedure. Are you sure your entering it correctly, count/watch the "Park" light in the instrument cluster.
 

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Hi Larry
Thanks for taking the time, 02 last of the p38's. Only drivers door locking/unlocking, and book says that's what happens until successfully entering code then all doors unlock, and alarm de-activates, which is not happening. I don't see any notification from a park light, don't think i have that.
 

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My Thanks to RR Toad Hall, it was indeed the latch, fixed by the top team at andy white's,
best to all who took an interest
Lord Evil
 
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