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Old 22-10-15, 09:02 AM   #1
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Default Boxer immobiliser light

Ive recently had a new engine put into my boxer van. However the immobilisation light is on and wont start - have not got a clue about what to do and its all confusing me! please help!
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Ive recently had a new engine put into my boxer van. However the immobilisation light is on and wont start - have not got a clue about what to do and its all confusing me! please help!
was if just the engine that was swapped or was any of the electric also swapped
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WHat age of boxer what engine what injection system INFO is most important

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Boxer is 2002, 2.0l engine - swapped with identical engine with 5,000 less miles
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was if just the engine that was swapped or was any of the electric also swapped


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I believe just the engine. The mechanic has given me an engine code if that makes any sense?!
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Go on then give us ALL the info code size age etc there are at least 5 possible engines and 3 different immobiliser systems !!
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Go on then give us ALL the info code size age etc there are at least 5 possible engines and 3 different immobiliser systems !!
Code RHV, size 2.0L, Age 2002 - what do i need to do next to get it running again?
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Are you still using the same ecu as the van came if so sounds like wiring issue or the key codes have been lost due to careless battery removal battery being left to go flat or jump leads

I would start by checking connections and fuses if all seem fine you will need to plug it into computer to check the immobiliser circuit
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Are you still using the same ecu as the van came if so sounds like wiring issue or the key codes have been lost due to careless battery removal battery being left to go flat or jump leads

I would start by checking connections and fuses if all seem fine you will need to plug it into computer to check the immobiliser circuit
Yes - again i believe same ECU as before. The battery did go flat as the mechanic had it for a while. Would it be a case of taking the key to someone who can re-code it? is it expensive? dont want to be ripped off!
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