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    First of all this is my first post so just want to say hi all.

    Secondly I am after some advise on bypassing the immobiliser on my 2001 e46.

    Is it possible to do away with it completely and if so how's best to do it?

    Cheers
     
     

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    nope you cannot do it , if you read what the ews system does you will see why you cannot by pass it , you can get the car to turn over from the ews unit but it wont start .
     
     

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    Pretty sure some mappers do a an EWS delete, why would you want to though?


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    Can't be done on that model of ECU, but you can get some used parts and with a touch of magic and a soldering iron, get it all working again.

    The best solution is going to be a repair or replace if you have a problem.
     
     

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