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jfk wrote:Will it bump ?
That'll be a yes then !
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YIppeeeeeee she lives...
After an entertaining afternoon removing seats and rear bulkhead and thoroughly poking around the wiring found the immobiliser neatly tucked away as SteveE said... rushed to buy a bridge adapter from Seriously Lotus
:idea: Then thought I remember doing a bypass job years ago and lo and behold I kept the diagram..couple of short wires in appropriate outlet on the plug add THAR SHE GOES. phew.

So next question to replace the faulty unit OR is there a better way to immobilise ?????
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Thanks all for suggestions
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A better way to immobilise it? Take the bypass wires with you and plug the now faulty immobilser back in, or take quick release wheel with away with you? It's enough to deter the opportunist.

You're never going to stop the determined thief, as if they really, really want it they will either lift it off your drive or wake you up to show them how to take it. Normally at the other end of a baseball bat/big stick/knife or worse.
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OE parts blight!! ;) :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Excellento news, Clive 8-)

Enjoying the drive on your blats? Who needs anything other than 4th gear for some fun on the road? :mrgreen:
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