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The Car is back.

It has a few replacement ECUs fitted, and a new ignition system.

Totally free for me, no charges incurred at all.

One problem is that the key I kept here in the house now doesn’t open the car remotely or start the engine. The immobiliser transponder chip must not be working with the new systems.

3 replies on “The Car is back.”

If you have the manual for the car, there’s usually a way to reset the key to your car. I know there’s a way for Fords, at least, because you can order a new (cut, but “blank”) key for your car and have to set it yourself.

I’ve tried standard syncing, but it hasn’t clicked. The internet tells me all keys must first be paired with a car for re-syncing to work, so I’m going to phone the garage tomorrow and see what they’ve done.

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