Re: immobilzer or dead battery syndrome
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First off, why? Are you planning on stealing a vehicle?
I don't know if EVERY vehicle has an "immobilizer," or if ANY vehicle has one.
Your typical car alarm system "immobilizes" the vehicle so it can't be driven unless reset or bypassed. Usually pushing buttons on your remote unlock key fob, or putting the key in the driver's door and turning it, will reset it.
For a while there, GM had a little "chip" on their keys that if you tried to start the car without, the car would be immobilized. The only way to fix those was to tow the car to a GM dealer for reset, and if the key went bad it was big $$$ to fix.
As to a generic "immobilizer" on cars, I don't know if there is such a thing.
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