What Is A Remote Start Immobiliser Bypass?
6 April 2020 | Admin
Many customers want remote start when having a high end alarm installed but they don't always understand what is involved and what is required in order to carry out remote start. For example remote start on some vehicles when fitting a Pandora alarm can allow the installer to clone the original key, this is done by connecting the Pandora alarm onto the alarm server and downloading the immobiliser code from the vehicle and re-uploading it back onto the alarm systems ECU. This means there is no hassle to the customer / user and the original immobiliser bypass code is stored within the Pandora alarm ECU. This is also by far the most secure way of carrying out remote start.
The only downside to the above method is it only supports a small amount of vehicles such as some of the cars from the VAG group & some Ford models. If your car is an unsupported by Pandora clone. This is were additional parts are required and you loose a spare key. The idea behind an immobiliser bypass box is the device is mounted / hidden behind the vehicles dash area. A spare key for your vehicle sits within this box, when the Pandora remote start is activated the immobiliser chip from your key within this box is woken up and the signal is sent to the original immobiliser ring ( normally around the ignition barrel ). When this is detected by your vehicle it will allow a remote start and the vehicle will run as normal.
What does it mean by giving up a spare key?
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