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Old 14 November 2011, 06:58 PM
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Question does the immobiliser run through the ecu wiring ?

Also i want to install a push button start but does the ecu need the magnetic band that reads the key chip or can i do away with this ?
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Old 14 November 2011, 07:04 PM
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Depends on what year classic
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Old 14 November 2011, 07:06 PM
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sorry my00
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Old 14 November 2011, 07:07 PM
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Old 14 November 2011, 07:11 PM
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Yea i believe it has a seperate imobiliser ecu. So needs to see the chip in the key. What are you planning to do as you could remove the chip reciever to a different place in the car and leave the chip permantly in it. Ive done this on a few race cars. Saves trying to wire around the imobiliser
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thats what the auto sparky has just said to me ,so just disconnect the chip from the key and tape it in the induction loop then ?

Are you a sparky then ?
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Old 14 November 2011, 07:28 PM
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just want to incorporate a push button start instead of the key
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Nope im mechanic. Its just an easy way roind the problem. Its very easy to wire a switch for ignition and push starter button. Just make sure the switch can cope with the amount of amps your gonna put through it
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better through a relay i think .
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Old 14 November 2011, 09:17 PM
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thats what the auto sparky has just said to me ,so just disconnect the chip from the key and tape it in the induction loop then ?

Are you a sparky then ?

you dont need to do that as your car is a running aftermarket ecu the subaru transponder immobiliser wont be working.
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That was my original thought that im running a simtek ecu and the immobiliser would have been disconnected, so no need at all for induction loop and chip .
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