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    Alarm / Imobilisor fault

    Hey everyone, anu help would be grateful appreciated. My car has 2 alarms, a clifford and a standard vauxhall. When I was replacing the siren to one of my cliffords, I had a problem as the immobilisor light kept flashing and would not start the car.

    As bizarre as this sounds, after taking out the glove box of my mark 4 astra sri, I pushed the huge loom of wiring up and all the electronics come back on and the car would then be able to start, however, when I let go of the huge wiring loom ( which I think is prt of the standard vauxhall alarm, everyone cuts out again....

    Any one have any ideas?

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    Does your clifford have remote start to it?
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    Hey there, no it does not, however, after taking a proper look yesterday, I seem to have found the culprit, not sure what wire it was as I am not that technical, however, noticed a wire which had come out of a yelloe connecter joiner thing, connected it back in and everything works... was probably some type of power wire?

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    Yellow i believe generally means ignition live.

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