How Does an Immobiliser Work?

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An immobiliser works by disabling the ignition, the fuel system, and the starter motor. It is activated by a microcircuit that is found in the key that activates a binary code. The code is then relayed to the car's Electronic Control Unit that recognises the correct code, and then it allows the systems to be activated.
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1 Additional Answer
An immobilizer refers to an anti theft mechanism which prevents an engine from starting unless an ignition key is present. It works by disabling systems needed to start a car such as the ignition and the fuel supply. The computerized system allows only the right key to operate and start a car. You can visit wisegeek for more information regarding the same.
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