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Hi Pat. Does the immobiliser warning light come on when you first switch the ignition on? The symbol is a car with a key inside...Hi I have a 2004 Hyundai Elantra XD that has stopped wanting to work with all keys!
Assuming Australian models are fitted with the same SMARTRA immobiliser as European models, the immobiliser warning light is supposed to be on solid. It should switch off while the engine is cranking once start has been authorised. It should also switch off after the ignition has been left switched on for a minute or so if the engine has not been cranked. The light flashing, or not illuminating at all are indications that there is an immobiliser fault.It does, it was coming on as a solid light. Hence me thinking it was an issue with the immobiliser and wanting to bypass.
The immobiliser is an internal function of the engine ECU so there isn't any way to bypass it. You would need another engine ECU and the ignition keys that are coded to it.Do you know if there's anyway to bypass the immobiliser system??