Does your alarm have a key pad in the car?
No, key fob only as to my concern as this was only the spare and if it dies i got no way of starting the car.
hmmmm, these guys do the fob but say to program them you use the key pad or apparently you can use the other fob http://www.ncs-systems.com/res/395
the bmw tech i spoke to said that they are not alowed to touch sigma remotes (as its a bmw alarm) but he hinted that it might be possible. just need to figure out how.
Gonna have a look at the alarm module and see if i can put in a loop to bypass the immobilizer.
Yes It comes with one as standard then the alarm that has been fitted also has one. When i spoke to the bmw tech man he admitted it was daft but was all part of after sales when the car was new, just squeezing the pennies out of the buyer
Ok have now sorted.
took the dash apart traced the wirring and found where they had cut into the existing immobilizer. Then i just disconected the alarm and reconected the original immobilizer and hey presto no need for the key fob and as a bonus if i want the alarm the alarm and full closure still work off the key fob.
Thanks to everyone who made some input to help me.
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