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I've lost my keys I then broke ignition to hot wire car but the immobilizer, his do I bypass it from here

If you could disable an immobilizer system easily, it wouldn't be called an anti-theft system. The systems in late model cars cannot be disabled.

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Hot wiring 2001 Lincoln navigator is it possible?

Anything is possible, but you will need special equipment to bypass the immobilizer. In most cases it is cheaper to get a replacement key or entire ignition switch with new key, than it is to try to work around it.

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My immobilizer locked up on my 03 maxima is there anyway wiring the ignition/ immobilized wire together to bypass nats if no what about fuel pump

You can not just wire the wires together and have it work, there needs to be a certain amount of resistance in the circuit for it to work. And it isn't the fuel pump that gets immobilized, it's the fuel injectors that will not meter.

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Is there anyway to bypass the ignition switch on my 1997 cheby blazer

No, the immobilizer will defeat you, the theft security system. Bypassing or hot wiring the ignition switch-those days are over.

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The immobiliser will not switch off on a 96 discovery can i bypass it

This may seem like a cop-out, but it isn't. I would suggest having the immobilizer module replaced by a technician. The reason is this: since your vehicle was meant to employ an immobilizer, your SUV's performance will likely be adversely affected by bypassing the immobilizer.

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Bypassing ignition

You take the hot wire to the ignition switch and twist it together with the run wire out of the switch-then ignition is on, just as if the key were turned to on. Then take the start wire that goes out of the switch and touch it to the hot wire to make the starter work. Soon as engine is started, remove the start wire from hot wire and tuck it out of the way. When you want it off, untwist the hot wire and the run wire.
If you cannot hot wire it like this, check if there is a security system that has immobilized the car. I don't know if a '92 had a security system.

Sep 03, 2013 | Chrysler LeBaron Cars & Trucks

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Bypass immobiliser

If you are no thief, then you would shell out for a new key with a working immobilizes button. I am sure your insurance company will love you for immobilizing your immobilizes...not.

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