SIGMA Immobiliser

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  1. Baggers53

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    Hi, does anyone on here know anything about SIGMA Immobilisers?
    Key fob does not deactivate immobiliser, therefore engine will not start?
    Any helpful suggestions??
    Thanks
     
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    Dont know what your problem may be, but on our's there's a key pad to put in a code to get started.

    Eric
     
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    I have a Sigma alarm but have not had this problem. Have you got a manual?
    If you don't I could see about scanning my copy for you.
    You should have a little keypad somewhere and a pin number to use on the keypad as an alternative to the key fob.
     
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    Change the battery...
     
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    We have a sigma alarm but always have to use the pad on the dashboard to enable the interior sensor.
    We just press the button on the pad to open the door and disable the alarm.
     
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    I have a sigma alarm and keypad but no code! So useless. Good job I'd already decided to replace with a growler and non starter before I purchased it. Lol
     
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    We have no code, no instructions.....so I think no chance.
    Looks like an auto sparky to disconnect and fit something fit for purpose.
     
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    Phone Sigma they should have a master code and should talk you through recoding your keys . Have you had a discharged battery recently
     
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    I believe that the anti jamming sensor may have detected an attempt by persons unknown, and the immobiliser needs to be reset.

    I wouldn't be too hasty to blame it on a fault or dismiss it as being unfit for the purpose, the Sigma is supposed to be one of the best on the market and it is probably doing what it was designed to do - protect your property
     
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