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    Posted: 10-September-2005 at 20:57
Hi everyone, my pride and joy e34 525i won't start anymore and I think it's something to do with the immobiliser, as the red light on the dash flashes when turning the key and the starter motor doesn't kick in. Very strangely when I opened the bonnet I found a pump lying un-attached on top of the radiator. Could this be part of the immobiliser system? is it just a case of fixing the pump back or a bigger job? any help would be appreciated as this one has me stumped.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12-September-2005 at 13:49
well thanks for all the help! NOT 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12-September-2005 at 14:11

Easy fella, and welcome.

You say you found a pump lying un-attached on top of the radiator, how did this pump get there? where does it come from? what does it look like?

We/I will try to help if poss but need a little more info

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13-September-2005 at 09:07
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13-September-2005 at 09:32

check the battery(car), common cause for alarms/imobilisers causing grief, not switching "off" etc

 

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