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Hi, I'm new to this forum and require some information on how to temporarilly bypass my immobilizer to see if the engine is ok or not...can someone please help me.
 

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Does the engine start at all?

Does the engine crank over at all?

Are there any error codes?

Is the yellow car symbol on the dashboard flashing?

Take a look at the immobilizer FAQ. You need the SKC to do what you're asking.
 

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ChittyChittybangbang, I have a 2002 VW Beetle TDI. I have tried multiple things people have suggested for my immobilizer to reset, but the car still just starts and dies after 1 second. I finally found a locksmith who would come out and scan the car for me.
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Immobilizer Sensor D2
ECU disconnected 01314 177

I have taken the dash apart and checked the ECU, it is not disconnected. I disconnected, then reconnected, but still to no avail.
 

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First posts normally go in introductions else you could get a free fix and we never see you again!!!

Don't think that making an intro will fix this comment as you've already ask the question.

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ChittyChittybangbang, I have a 2002 VW Beetle TDI. I have tried multiple things people have suggested for my immobilizer to reset, but the car still just starts and dies after 1 second. I finally found a locksmith who would come out and scan the car for me.
Key Faulty
Immobilizer Sensor D2
ECU disconnected 01314 177

I have taken the dash apart and checked the ECU, it is not disconnected. I disconnected, then reconnected, but still to no avail.
Where is the error code that was found when it was scanned?
 
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