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Author Subject: Quick immobiliser question
daviewonder

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Post #1
Hi all,

I apologise in advance if im a bit vague as the previous owner of my 205gti fitted a 306 immobiliser to it. Its the one with the chip in the key.

Does anyone know What the immobiliser immobilises eg ecu, fuel pump ect and how it does it?

Ta
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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:06
Rich E Forum Admin

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Post #2
It's linked to the ECU which cuts the spark.

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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:10
daviewonder

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I see, cheers.

Im in the middle of putting a different engine and loom in my 205, do you think it will be ok to leave the immobiliser in the car even though it wont be connected to the new loom?

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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:16
Rich E Forum Admin

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What engine does your car currently have?

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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:20
daviewonder

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Ok Rich, Cheers.

Its a 2.0 turbo engine Big grin

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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:22
daviewonder

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Rich E wrote:
What engine does your car currently have?


It had a 2.0 hdi when i bought it but im fitting a 2.0 turbo Big grin

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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:24
Rich E Forum Admin

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Ah cool, that makes sense. Sorry for the edit - I'd realised it would depend on what was coming out...

Just ditch everything from the current setup and start from scratch with the turbo loom Yes

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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:26
daviewonder

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Ok mate cheers for the help Cheers

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Posted 11th Sep 2009 at 03:30

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