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How do you reset the immobilizer on a Peugeot 306?

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2015-07-15 18:56:35
2015-07-15 18:56:35

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.

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