1995 E31 840i Alarm Immobiliser Issue

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  1. 1995 E31 840i Alarm Immobiliser Issue 
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    perd999's Car Details
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    840
    Year of Manufacture:
    1995
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    Hi Guys and Girls, Having a slight issue with my 840.
    Battery's died so recharged and fitted them but the alarm keeps going off when I try to start(think it is immobilising too).

    The same thing happened a couple of years ago and there was a step by step procedure on how to fully disarm the immobiliser and alarm which I followed and successfully got the car started.

    Does anyone know the steps?- was something like insert key, connect negative terminal on left battery then turn key to position 1, then connect right battery completely and then positive left battery ????

    Any direction would be much appreciated.
     
     

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    Don't know if this will be of any help to you
    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...3g-ews-t39173/
     
     

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    This worked on my e36 so worth a go. Disconnect the battery then re connect it with the key left in the ignition in the on position.
     
     

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