Problems with your immobiliser?
Immobiliser problems can be caused by many issues, from key fobs that have lost their coding, key fobs with lost transducer chips (easy to do when you are replacing the battery) Damaged or corroded wiring, faulty ecu's (engine ecu and/or immobiliser ecu) can bus errors, faulty sensors and actuators, corrupted body ecu's, faulty BSI Units, damaged receiver rings, there are so many causes and sy
symptoms that it would be impossible to list them all here.
The cost of removing the immobiliser on most common cars is just £175.00 plus carriage at cost, some do cost more than this, particularly where the immobiliser has to be be bypassed rather than removed.
Click on the link below to request the exact cost of removing or bypassing the immobiliser on your car or van.
We see so many cars with immobiliser problems that we have invested significant time and resources in specialist technology to enable us to resolve the many different problems that result.
Central Locking not working
Alarm not Working
Car Wont start - Immobiliser Light On
Car Wont Start - Immobiliser Light Flashing
Car Wont Start - Immobiliser Light Off Car Starts then Stops
These are just some of the many problems or symptoms of immobiliser faults, we see immobiliser problems just about every day of the week, we have many days when we have as many as 5 cars in our workshop with immobiliser related problems.
Immobiliser Problems and Symptoms
Immobiliser problems can be caused by many issues, from key fobs that have lost their coding, key fobs with lost transducer chips (easy to do when you are replacing the battery) Damaged or corroded wiring, faulty ecu's (engine ecu and/or immobiliser ecu) can bus errors, faulty sensors and actuators, corrupted body ecu's, faulty BSI Units, damaged receiver rings, there are so many causes and symptoms that it would be impossible to list them all here.
As we see so many of these problems, you can rest assured that we are experts at finding and repairing all manner of immobiliser problems on all makes and models of cars, vans pick up's and light commercial vehicles.
If your car wont start and you have a cover with the AA, RAC, Green flag or any of the other breakdown operators you can just ask for the vehicle to be recovered to our workshop.
Immobiliser Repairs and Immobiliser Removal
We have the specialist equipment, programmers and other in-house developed products that allow us to repair most immobiliser's, this can offer significant savings where replacement of body controllers for example can cost hundreds of pounds.
We can also disable or remove immobiliser's from many popular cars, this can be particularly helpful when expensive items such as fuel pumps, body controllers etc are damaged and replacement costs of new components are prohibitive, we can disable the immobiliser (replacing with other immobiliser or alarm systems if required) allowing second hand parts to be used for repairs.
We are able to remove or bypass the immobiliser on almost all cars, many can be done by mail order, however some vehicles have to be done in our workshop.
Please complete the form on this page including as many details as possible and we will try to help you in the most economical way possible to help you resolve the problem with your car.
We get many people contact us every day that cant start their car and the immobiliser light is on or flashing, this is not really a good reason to have the immobiliser removed as this is normally caused by simple faults that can be quickly identified and repaired by any good vehicle locksmith, it should only be necessary to remove or bypass the immobiliser if you have changed the engine, ecu or other expensive control module with a second hand part. However we are happy to remove the immobiliser on any vehicle at the customers request but please bear in mind that this will not necessarily fix any other problems with the vehicle.
On some makes and models of vehicle it is not possible to remove the immobiliser, on many of these problem vehicles we are able to bypass the immobiliser, this means the same thing really, the immobiliser is no longer in use, its just that the immobiliser is bypassed rather than removed.
What really counts is that you can continue to use your car without the problems that the immobiliser may have been causing.Do You Need the Security Code for a Citroen, Ford, Peugeot or Renault Vehicle