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The battery on my 306 has gone completely flat having not used it for
over a month. Having charged the battery, the alarm/immobiliser has
suddenly started working (it never has before).
I don't have the original key with a ir remote, only a copy.

I have read numerous messages on here regarding getting round this but
have only got half way...


I have bypassed the starter motor immobiliser solonoid in the engine
bay so the car now turns over with the key but it still will not
start. I suspect that the fuel pump is also immobilised.


Does anyone know how to bypass the immobiliser for the fuel pump or at
least know where the fuel pump wiring is?


I have already tried:
-Disconnecting and reconnecting plugs from box under rear seat
-Disconnecting all three plugs from under drivers seet and shorting
the two wires on the red connector
-Pressing and holding the ultrasonic button on the steering column in
many different sequences


Any help would be greatly appreciated?


Thanks


Olly
 

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ollyandrews said:
The battery on my 306 has gone completely flat having not used it for
over a month. Having charged the battery, the alarm/immobiliser has
suddenly started working (it never has before).
I don't have the original key with a ir remote, only a copy.

I have read numerous messages on here regarding getting round this but
have only got half way...


I have bypassed the starter motor immobiliser solonoid in the engine
bay so the car now turns over with the key but it still will not
start. I suspect that the fuel pump is also immobilised.


Does anyone know how to bypass the immobiliser for the fuel pump or at
least know where the fuel pump wiring is?


I have already tried:
-Disconnecting and reconnecting plugs from box under rear seat
-Disconnecting all three plugs from under drivers seet and shorting
the two wires on the red connector
-Pressing and holding the ultrasonic button on the steering column in
many different sequences


Any help would be greatly appreciated?


Thanks


Olly

This one miught be of help to you-
1. Turn off the ignition
2. Disconnect the battery and wait about 30sec (thats the important bit)
3. Get a mate to sit in the car whilst you reconnect the battery
4. As you reconnect get the mate to turn on the ignition and press the little button on the steering column (the one that dissables the internal sensors) and hey presto it works!

Hope this helps,
 

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as usual silence was the reply--- did it help ? we may never know please when the good people here on pug forums take the time to help at least let us know the outcome as it makes the post useful in future.
when its left hanging , did it help ? we dont know .
should you the future veiwer try it ? you dont know.
help build a great forum by finishing the thread . . .
 
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