W124 Coupe - Immobiliser >Wiring Loom RELATED?

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  1. charan_singh

    charan_singh Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Ive got a problem which apparently is a faulty wiring loom. Before I had the problems which were diagnosed as a faulty loom I had my factory immobiliser disabled...

    Ar the two electric items related? I know only the guy that did the work will know, just wondered if anyone had an opinion...

    Thanks in advance;)
     
  2. d w124

    d w124 MB Club Veteran

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    No,don't see how they would be.What's the problem with the car?
     
  3. Druk

    Druk Administrator Staff Member

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    Unless the wires from the immobiliser unit breached the loom somewhere to effect the immobilisation and removing them has done for the insulation.
     
  4. scillyisles

    scillyisles Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    According to the EPC,it would appear that the wiring harness for the infrared/immobiliser and alarm does interface to the main wiring harness at a number of points such as starter motor, fuel control unit etc
     
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    kth286 Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    the engine wiring loom suffers from heat degradation.

    the body wires do not suffer in the same way.
     

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