How do you reset the immobilizer on a Peugeot 306?
have lost code for my pug and i dont know how2 disarm it can u help
Think you have to remove drivers seat to get at wiring
Think you should sell the car on Ebay, and attach a rear spoiler
To unlock the immobilizer there is a button with lines on it near the ignition switch, as you turn the ignition press this button, it will turn off the immobilizer.
If you are having an issue with the immobilizer on a Peugeot 307 HDI, you need to recode your key. To do this put the key into the ignition and turn to the on position, hold the Lock button on the key for 10 seconds, take the key out of the ignition, and then test to see if the car starts after another 10 seconds.
If you mean the radio immobiliser leave the ignition on for ten to fifteen minutes or when you are driving leave radio on and it will reset itself ready for the code. If you don't know the code check your booklet or pull radio out, check all round and if you lucky someone will have put it in either of these places. If not your local Peugeot dealer will be happy to rip you off…
This, according to a friend who works for a Peugeot dealer, can only be done at a main dealer, as the proper Peugeot diagnostic computer has to be used to reprogramme the keys and the car's immobilizer etc. Phil Hi fhttp://www.programyourkeys.com/Peugeot_306_Key_Remote_Control_Plip_Reprogramming_Instructions.HTML Found this on a pug owners site hope it helps
You need to start the car and then disconnect the immobilizer while its running, if its the same as mine the buttons for the immobilizer will be beneath the ashtray? The plastic thing that the buttons are on lifts up and you can disconnect it from underneath by removing the plug. If your having problems with the code for the immobilizer try disconnecting the battery then re connecting it and it should reset the immobilizer…
In order to reset the immobilizer on a Vauxhall Zafira 16v auto, first switch on the car's ignition. Then, press any of the buttons on the keyfob while the car is still in the ignite position, which will reset the immobilizer. At this point, if the car's immobilizer has been reset, it will perform the lock/unlock sequence.