The key is faulty or the immobilizer will not accept the code. remove the battery for 30 mins to allow the system to reset.
To reset a viper immobilizer, disconnect the negative terminal which is connected to the battery and keep it disconnected. After several minutes, reconnect the system and your system should reset.
yes, you have two run a wire from the ignition where the lights are and connect it two the battery, this will power it with out the emobiliser acting as the switch...
fuse has proberbly blown on top of the radio unit under the drivers seat
No an airbag will not deploy if the battery is disconnected
Correct, a car will not start with a disconnected battery
You do not have to reset anything. but you should have the battery disconnected. and once you reconnect the battery it will reset your computer.
Most alternators domestic and foreign tend to run about 14.0V to 14.5V. Anything over that boils the battery and anything under that will undercharge the battery.
i had the same problem with mine i told a friend about it and he told me to try disconnected the battery for a couple of seconds i reconnected it hey presto it worked.
P1684 is battery disconnected in the last 50 starts.Check battery cables.P1684 is battery disconnected in the last 50 starts.Check battery cables.
I've been told by a Renault machanic that this problem is caused by a control unit behind the interior fuse box known among Renault people as an UC bic. This must be done by a Renault garage as the unit is coded. However a friend of mine took out the battery and cleaned the fuses and surrounds which were in behind and all electrics worked again!
The battery of a Renault Master Van sits underneath a cover in the cab floor.