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  1. 1995 E36 328 - Alarm problems 
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    Good Morning All,

    Im hoping someone can help me.
    My car has been fine since i bought it, now this morning opened the car as normal, drove to work and the car will not lock using the remote.
    Problem i have now is the immobiliser has kicked in, this leaves me snookered as i cannot start the car, tried changing the battery.

    Any ideas? I dont wana start living at work !! ha ha

    Help appreciated.

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    Disconnect the battery, switch ignition to on position and reconnect battery ( making sure you leave a window open in case cen lock kicks in ) this should work.
     
     

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    Excuse me from being so nieve but will the window have power if none of the dash lights come on??
     
     

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    Sorry, I was taking it for granted that it was a bmw alarm. Try what I said but leave a door open.
     
     

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    it is a bmw alarm, i will try the suggested
     
     

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    Turns out the muppetts at work gave me a dead battery !!!
    Out of interest in the alarm fob is a little screw which adjusts something? Is it the range or the sensitivity?

    God i love this site
     
     

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    I wouldnt play with that if I were you
     
     

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