Robbers tried their level best to burgle this 2016 Corolla 1.3 GLi (updated spec). The one that has been updated recently by TOYOTA Indus Motors and is equipped with Immobilizer - Anti Theft System... Surprisingly Burglars failed to start the cars and walked away empty handed... Via : Cars' Enthusiasts-Pakistan
Does honda city hav a immobilizer
Guys at honda centre say they hav some other technology infct a superior one than immoblizer installed in city
Thats y u dont see any city stolen
Anybody shed some light on that
You need to first bring out your ECU, re program it and then embed the codes in your keys. I don't think it is a 5 minutes job, and at least something is better than nothing.
That programming part will be done by thief at his workshop before breaks in and steal the car. In short...
1. He has to re-program his own transponder ECU of the same model and program a matching key at his workshop.
2. After breaking into the car with a master (mechanical) key he just has to unplug all ECU connectors of the subject car and plug those into the pre-programmed ECU he brings with him.
3. Then he has to bypass the mechanical key section of ignition and start with the matching key.
Come on... the video is not that hard to understand.
For those a bit more technical, the code verification between main ECU (inside engine) and transponder ECU (under dash board) is unfortunately standard for the same model.