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  1. Good evening all, hopefully someone may be able to help me with a problem I have with my daughters 2002 polo 9n? When we brought the car it only came with 1 key (non flip style) the little torch part didn't work so I set about sorting that out, when I opened the black part of the key I noticed that there was no immobiliser chip in it, not too much of an issue straight away but now I have followed the very good instructions from here on adding remote central locking using VW module I have a bit of a problem. The car will start and run fine with the original key (with no chip in it) but the new flip style key (with a chip in it) won't start it, its starts then stops (immobiliser working). I you start the car with the original key then stop, take it out and start with the flip key, the car starts and runs but the immobiliser warning light on the dash flashes!! I thought perhaps the chip from the original key was attached to the ignition barrel but looked today and cant see it!! Does anyone have any ideas?? Thanks in advance Neil
  2. Hi. I’m building a mk2 polo and I’m thinking of putting a 6n engine in using standard injection. What are my options when it comes to the immobiliser? Will I need to get the standard ecu reprogrammed? I know there is a good thread on engine swaps but can’t seem to find any info on using injection opposed to using bike carbs. any information will be appreciated or links to threads thanks liam
  3. Hello everybody! I swapped my 1.0 AER engine to a 1.6 16V AVY, replaced the engine loom, the ecu, the chip in my keys, and the little receiver around the ignition barrel, (and a lot of other stuff, like pedal box, etc) but I couldn't replace the immo box, because my loom has 6 cables, and the donor car's box has 8. (I have a 98 model, so I have the later wiring) Is there a way to connect the new immo to the car without a professional? Or what should I do? Thank you in advance!
  4. Hello everyone, I believe this is my first post so many apologies if it is in the wrong area or has already been answered somewhere but I'm losing my mind over this issue! I have a Polo Classic 6KV2 2001 which has what I believe is an after market alarm/immobiliser. The car has ran sweet for nearly 2 years since the day I got it and the fob attached to my keys has always locked and unlocked all of the doors and activated and deactivated the alarm/immobiliser with one click UNTIL 2 days ago when I went to get into my polo unlocked the doors as I usually would however the car will not start, it's turning over but just will not start up. I have managed to get it start maybe 2 times since then by messing around with various fobs and pins, I have tried every reset possible but still no luck. I have been digging around, all pics to follow. Please please please can someone guide me on how to get my car running again??? Battery is charged, there is petrol in the tank. Here are pics all of my fobs, pins, plugs, alarm and box I assume is to do with the immobiliser!? Thank you in advance to all.
  5. This just shows how much I didn't know haha. Have just seen that my car has an immobiliser (as is standard from 1994 I believe) but my keys don't have any buttons etc, and also after fitting and using my recently installed remote central locking, could that be a reason for car not starting? If so, can I bypass it, even just to see if the car will start and then I can go from there?
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