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Old 03-12-2008, 03:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question bmw 520 sigma immobiliser help!!

Hi i have got a 520 i se. g reg. come s with standard sigma alarm / immobiliser. Normally wen i get in car put ignition on so service light s come on then press key fob & led on dash flashes once & i can then go start car.
This didnt happen the other day... and i cant figure out why. i have changed batteries with no joy. when i got car there was a pin number written on back of sigma manual so i have tried putin that in the keypad. still no joy. can anyone help me or give me ADVICE to try troubleshot this problem. or is there any way i can deactivate the immobiliser so i can move the car as i am wanting to sell the car. HELP ME!!
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In dealing with alarms/starter kill devices, I recommend you taking it to a car audio shop and having them remove it. It sounds like it is defective to me.
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In dealing with alarms/starter kill devices, I recommend you taking it to a car audio shop and having them remove it. It sounds like it is defective to me.
ok, cool. do you know of any thing i can do to get car started as it is parked in town centre so i can get it to a specialist??? even if it be temporary
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If you arent familiar with the way a starter kill functions, it may be worth a tow truck. If you are I can find out the starter wire color and maybe walk you through bypassing the starter kill relay.
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pls can you walk me thru the procedure.

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