You registered today for the first time, how could I have banned you before? My previous comment was directed at someone else. Seatman included the link, just read the links to the FAQ articles, most of these are common questions that have already been answered.Well Sir I tried to post to the forum as you requested. I just couldn't find the active link or...to do it. I appologize I guess after a day of running my repair buis. I am just a bit cross-eyed. I might try again tomorrow. Thanks.
Thank you. I may not smart enough but it does not saying how to bypass it and how to get the pin code. It is reffer to FAQ 4.15 but I could not find that charter.First the light on dash saying the door is open is probably a faulty door module. It's very common. A microswitch inside the door module goes bad. Either that or the wire harness is cracked in the door hinge area.
The SKC code should be on the black key tag. If he doesn't have it, take a look at the immobilizer FAQ on how to get it.
i bought a 60$ obd2 immo drive box from ebay, it worked to disable the immo, the lights flash on the dash but a 2ct piece of black tape took care of those, sure beats 200$ for a key or a "chip tune"I also need help with immobilizer. I have 2000 Beetle and would really like to disable the system either temporarily or permanently. I have good electrical experience and work on vehicles for a living. This is my youngest daughters car and live a significant distance from the VW dealer. Please help if you can. I too am having difficulty navigating the forum. Thanks for any help in advance as it is greatly appreciated.
interesting...i bought a 60$ obd2 immo drive box from ebay, it worked to disable the immo, the lights flash on the dash but a 2ct piece of black tape took care of those, sure beats 200$ for a key or a "chip tune"