Another Immobiliser problem.
Just working through the imperfections on my new '04 Cooper S. I replaced the damaged casing on the remote fob - the rubber cover over lock button was broken/missing. I shifted everything over to the new case no problem. The lock button (on the actual circuit board) is broken from people sticking there finger through the whole and pushing it board directly. That's not the issue. At least the fob now looks mint. I can live with not having remote lock.
The remote unlock button works perfectly. The key turns ands all accessories etc come on. So far so good...
What doesn't happen is the car no longer starts.... Car starts perfectly from my other (non remote) key.
Standard synchronisation procedure requires a combination of pressing lock and unlock buttons - with no lock button, am I stumped?
Last edited by AussieJoe; Mar 21st, 2013 at 01:00 AM.