Engine immobilisers were introduced in to most motor vehicles from about 1998 in order to reduce vehicle theft. The immobiliser system is an electronic system designed to prevent unauthorised starting of the vehicle i.e. theft. Early immobiliser systems were quite basic, however with technological advances in both computer and automotive design modern immobiliser systems have become more complex.
With our immobiliser delete service we are able to bypass the immobiliser system on a wide range of vehicles. Deleting the immobiliser system is common practise for many reasons:
We use several different methods of defeating the immobiliser system, however the most common method is by reprogramming the EEPROM chip on the ECU. Immobiliser removal for most makes and models is only available at our HQ in Bristol and via a select few authorised dealers in the UK. Please contact us with your requirements and we will be happy to help.