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Posted By tara13 Monday, June 24, 2019 12:02:27 PM
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 Posted Monday, June 24, 2019 12:02:27 PM
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i left my phone on charge with ingnition on seat ibiza, immobilizer stuck on so got auto locksmith out but he couldnt mend it. took to my local garage where they attempted to clone it but could not because the eprom had gone. so ive two options. ive got hold of the exact same car ,same year, make and model. i could take ignition dash and ecu out of it and put it in mine or i was told i could simply take the ecu out of the spare/repair car and was told someone with the knowledge could programme it to my car. so who can i get to programme it straight to my car so i dont have to take all the parts off and swop. can any one help!!!!!
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 Posted Monday, June 24, 2019 2:05:03 PM
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Details needed here!
What year?
What was failed? in which system

Full system scan?
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 Posted Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:01:13 PM
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OK YEAR 2006, IMMOBILIZER STUCK ON ,COULDNT TAKE OFF WITH AUTO LOCKSMITH SO I TRIED TO GET ECU RECLONED HE SAID EPROM GONE THATS ALL I KNOW, I HAVE AN EXACT SAME ECU CAN I PUT IT IN CAR THEN RETUNE MY KEYS INTO THAT ECU SORRY IM A WOMAN WITH ONLY BASIC KNOWLEDGE
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 Posted Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:18:50 PM
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It can be done with a few tools and in a few different ways, some not quite ethical as the others. I do know that it can be correctly done with the Genuine Dealer tool. The dealer may not entertain you because it is a used part & they can be funny about that but there is no shortage of Independents out there with the tool & Security Access to VAG systems.

All the above is only valid if it is the ECU at fault and your locksmiths diagnosis is accurate.
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 Posted Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:20:19 PM
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I'm afraid that on what you've been able to tell us (and I appreciate that it's just what you've been told) certainly I can't really give you an answer. On a 2006 I'm 90% certain that the immobiliser is actually built into the instrument panel so that is where someone should be looking. Forget all about changing ECU's for the moment.
The best advice I can give you is to start from the beginning again and find a good garage near you who will do a global scan of the car and diagnose exactly what has happened. It sounds to me as if someone has jumped into this too quickly and tried to alter some coding and possibly messed it up. There is no normal way that a discharged battery should have given you a fault like this anyway so something else must have happened. Was the car jump started for instance.

Peter

Added later:- Iver is quite correct in what he says, his post crossed with mine, but I'm not convinced that your ECU is actually what's at fault.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 1:29:58 PM by Thema
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Thema.

From experience, the immobiliser on these Peugeots is not in the instrument cluster. It is across the transponder key, BSI & Engine ECU.
Unlike the VAG , and some other . .... ..... where it is in the cluster.

Generally speaking, there may be anomalies out there.
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Iver (27/06/2019)
Thema.

From experience, the immobiliser on these Peugeots is not in the instrument cluster. It is across the transponder key, BSI & Engine ECU.
Unlike the VAG , and some other . .... ..... where it is in the cluster.

Generally speaking, there may be anomalies out there.


But this is a Seat Ibiza Ivor, not a peugeot
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 Posted Friday, June 28, 2019 12:07:57 PM
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Sorry. My Bad !

Not sure what I was thinking there.
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EEPROM corruption ? thats nice but I dont believe this happened to a VAG car only by battery discharging ( this usually on bmw, mercedes,suzuki...) .

You may only need immo

resynchronisation .
If you cant find out someone else , or try yourself this tip:
unplug your battery for half an hour, put them back, turn igniton on and let it stay on for about 30 mins ( with a normal batter charger on it)
after that take off ignition for a while and try start your engine..
this works on many VAG petrol cars, Fiat, so on..
If your car its diesel engine, do immo off on engine,cheap solution.


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Tara

Or anyone else for that matter. "do immo off on engine,cheap solution" do not do this as it invalidates your insurance.




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Sunday, June 30, 2019 3:21:31 AM by K And R

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