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Hi,

I'm posting this here rather than the Carina Club as I'm hoping it's a general thing that any Toyota expert might be able to help with.

Last Friday I replaced the Dizzy Cap and Rotor Arm on my 1994 Carina E 2.0 Gli, after I had finished I reconnected the Negative wire to the Battery and left the car to finish off something else. Upon returning to the car in order to go for a test drive it refused to start. I called the AA out and the immobiliser was deemed to be at fault. After much searching and trawling through this Forum I have tried various things to no avail.

Most threads mention a two button fob, I have a single button version as shown below. I have also taken pics of the key and ECU.

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Can anyone shed any light on the problem?

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