Dacia Solenza Immobiliser Removing Service (Free Running)
Do you suspect you may have immobiliser problems or an immobiliser fault of some kind? There are many things that can go wrong with your immobiliser but don’t panic, we are here to help you.
Common symptoms include:
- The car won’t start and the immobiliser light is on or flashing
- The car starts but then stops
Immobiliser problems can occur for many reasons:
- Key fobs that have lost their coding
- Key fobs with lost transponder chips
- Damaged or corroded wiring
- Faulty engine ECU
- Faulty immobiliser ECU
- Faulty sensors and actuators
- Faulty BSI Units
- Damaged receiver rings
In any case, whatever the problem and the reason for it, we can help by removing the immobiliser function from your ECU. This means that the vehicle will no longer need a coded key for starting. We will retain your vehicle information therefore there is no coding needed when you receive your ECU back, it’s all plug and play.
Supported ECUs for the Dacia Solenza model:
|Make||Model||Year||Engine Size||Engine Code||Fuel Type||ECU Make||ECU Model|
|Dacia||Solenza||–||1400 MPI||–||Petrol||Siemens||SIRIUS 32|
You may want to phone us on 0116 276 70 54 and have a chat with us to resolve any doubts before buying this service online. Or alternatively you can also contact us via email at [email protected] or website chat. One of our qualified engineers will be delighted to answer all your questions.
Below you can find a simple guide on where to find the ECU and what will be the effects of this solution:
- Location of ECU: Engine bay
- Transponder: Immobiliser removed on ECU so that you can start the car without a coded key
Please note: If you have a problem with the power to the ECU or there is a fault on your ECU this service will not resolve the problem. Try our “Immobiliser Repair” service instead.