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Jouxy Any thanks for your prompt reply and advice provided. I have checked the battery, using a multi-meter and intelligent charger and the battery appears to be holding sufficient voltage. The one time I managed to start the vehicle was by setting the alarm, whilst sat inside, and forcing the alarm system to activate. On unlocking the vehicle, and de-arming the system via the key fob, the vehicle started. However, once the vehicle was switched off, and the alarm activated and subsequently deactivated, I was back to square one, which leads me to believe the immobiliser is not deactivating when deactivating/unlocking the vehicle.
I have recently purchased a 56 plate S-Max titanium. I have two queries, firstly, within the past two days I noticed a dash info indication of 'low battery' and then 'alarm dervice due'. Secondly, following a long motorway trip, after swithching off the engine it fails to restart wehn tried, as if the immobiliser is active. i have recyled the alarm leaving up to 10 mins before attempting to start the vehicle but to no avail. Any ideas?