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    Hi guys i have heard indus motors is installing imobilizers in corollas from may so i wanted to ask can we have it installed in the current corollas or it won't be possible regards

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    a proper one like civic offers from factory
    in short
    No you cannot
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Adam jee or EFU insurance works in corolla
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    Thanks for the reply

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    It is possible that it can be installed, but will cost alot i believe
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertypoiu View Post
    It is possible that it can be installed, but will cost alot i believe
    Name and number of person coding ecu n giving chip key after market?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    Name and number of person coding ecu n giving chip key after market?
    No Op is asking if he could get it done from Toyota when Toyota introduces it in Altis(as per rumored 1may news) and i believe It could be done as back in 2008 when ABS was introduced they would install abs in older model but it cost around Rs100,000(back then it was alot of money) So it was possible but expensive
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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    a proper one like civic offers from factory
    in short
    No you cannot
    I am sorry to say but immobiliser can be added later by Toyota people. I have asked them myself


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    Quote Originally Posted by hungama007 View Post
    I am sorry to say but immobiliser can be added later by Toyota people. I have asked them myself


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    If it's the real immobiliser. It cannot be added later on because it must be embedded in ecu


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    Immobilizer is not a device its in ecu, embedded chip in ecu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeel_Ali View Post
    If it's the real immobiliser. It cannot be added later on because it must be embedded in ecu


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    Can be added, but you would have to change a lot of parts for it, like change ECU for starters that should come with a matching set of keys, then add wiring for the RFID antenna in the dashboard, the odo meter would need to be changed if it doesn't have the indicator for the immobiliser.
    Its very much possible if you have a budget big enough, still changing the car to newer model would be recommended to avoid any disappointments.
    If anybody is up for the project then why not go all the way, go to the junkyards take chances finding the complete smart entry system with push start.

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    Aftermarket Immobilizer like the rescue 15 have one. No that much protection but still good option. I hardly believe they can install the real one coded with ecu for old customers. toyota is money sucker company in pakistan and they want to sell more corollas. i don't think they will do if possible.

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    If you are ready to pay then sure they will do as you ask


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    Quote Originally Posted by hungama007 View Post
    If you are ready to pay then sure they will do as you ask


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    But I never heard about anything like that. You can change or install plenty of things but immobilizer looks difficult. Even if they do, they will charge too much like they charge for the keys with codes.
    I went there for the key of my vitz which has immobilizer. The key send the code to ecu when you start the car. they ask me 30k for the key not pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exo View Post
    Can be added, but you would have to change a lot of parts for it, like change ECU for starters that should come with a matching set of keys, then add wiring for the RFID antenna in the dashboard, the odo meter would need to be changed if it doesn't have the indicator for the immobiliser.
    Its very much possible if you have a budget big enough, still changing the car to newer model would be recommended to avoid any disappointments.
    If anybody is up for the project then why not go all the way, go to the junkyards take chances finding the complete smart entry system with push start.
    But toyota will never do this much hassle. Plus due to no competition they don't care whether old customers have it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asim212 View Post
    Hi guys i have heard indus motors is installing imobilizers in corollas from may so i wanted to ask can we have it installed in the current corollas or it won't be possible regards
    Technically speaking, it is very much possible. I believe they will allow the existing owners to avail the facility of having the immobilizer installed at additional price but it will be confirmed once the car with updated stuff is released in May. Till then, no one can exactly confirm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fahadullah View Post
    Technically speaking, it is very much possible. I believe they will allow the existing owners to avail the facility of having the immobilizer installed at additional price but it will be confirmed once the car with updated stuff is released in May. Till then, no one can exactly confirm.
    Agree with you entirely


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    Thanks for the feedback guys

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