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Locate the immobilizer on a unit Mitsubishi a Montero 2.5 TD

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Old 01-13-2011, 02:57 AM
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Question Locate the immobilizer on a unit Mitsubishi a Montero 2.5 TD

Hello friends. I can not find where is the immobilizer in the motor drive of a Mitsubishi Montero 2.5 TD 2002. I step photos of the ecu if you know where it is located.
Just curious. Do you know where it is also the engine management in this unit?
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Old 01-13-2011, 11:40 AM
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Why do you need to find the immobilizer? There is absolutely NOTHING you will be able to do with that piece. To change it requires a dealership to re-code the ECU, Immobilizer, PCM, and ignition switch to be on the same code. Changing it yourself will only end up in a car that will no longer do anything for you.
 
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Old 01-14-2011, 02:44 AM
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Hello Sanguinius. This unit has immobilizer but if I change the chip containing the immo I can pass it to another ECU that works for you can start the vehicle. So I need to know where the chip. In the official house Mitsubishi is very expensive solution. Excuse my English and thanks for the reply.
 
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Old 01-15-2011, 08:18 AM
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OH you're asking for the specific chip IN that unit for the immobilizer is? Good luck with that. You'd have to have the schematics to find that unfortunately and I don't think there are many automotive manufacturers that are going to just let those schematics leak out and run rampant on the internet.
 
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the immobilizer ecu is a seperate unit from the pcm. replacing either of them will result in a no start condition unless is programmed by the dealer
 
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