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Old 28-10-13, 01:02 PM   #1
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Default 406 starting problem possible immobiliser?

Hello,

I have a 406 2.1td (R reg) which I can not get started, parked the car as normal, went to close car with the fob and then nothing (when it should've locked and immobilised) I have changed the car and key fob batteries but the immobiliser seems locked on, and I do not have the four digit pin.

There was a rapid clicking noise coming from behind the dash (like the indicators were on) then, when I put the indicators on/off the rapid clicking would stop, I'm not sure if this is connected but it looks like I will need diagnostics - the car will crank but not fire, as the immobiliser LED is on.

Any advice or someone around the Gloucester area with Peugeot Planet would be of a great help.

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Old 28-10-13, 02:34 PM   #2
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Have you tried re-syncing the key?
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Hello,

I did the re-sync a couple of times and still the same problem, however, when I changed the car battery over, got into the car then pressed the fob, it locked the car, pressed fob button again and nothing so immobiliser just stays on. I have two fobs with one button for open/close, both have new batteries.

The closest member to me for Peugeot Planet is near on 40 miles away, so that might not be viable.

Thank you for your response

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Did you perform a BSI reset?
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Hello,

I have done the BSI reset with no luck, but one of my side lights is out, would this corrupt the test?

Thanks again

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what is key recycing ?
my 2.0 16v petrol (1997) it was loosing power for few weeks and finally has gone to idle on traffic light and it is not starting again, I have replaced petrol pump, engine ICU, fuel relay, throttle sensor and crank sensor but no use, It drove me crazy.
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I have the same problem. When when step on the brakes then immobiliser light goes off. If i put key in ignition and wait a while for the mileage to show the car start. Don't know why and what the brakes have to do with it.
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