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  1. Still no luck so as it’s going to be expensive as other work wants doing for the mot it’s going to the scrappy. Just need to get £50 fuel out. Hoping I can got in via either the rubber pipes at the tank end for fuel in or vent. Hopefully this will be after the anti sypthon
  2. Hi all, It looks like my old faithful Mk6 Fiesta 1.6tdci is off to the scrappy after yrs of good service. however, as I dont really want to part with the car im hoping someone might just have a nit of knowledge that will prevent the scrappy. It seems and after about 2 hours of the AA man trying I have an immobliser issue. The dash will light up and nothing on turning the key. You cant even hear the fuel pump priming as normal so totally dead. Fuses checked and appear ok and I have tried a couple of reset option read on the net. There is no sequence of the immobilser light flashing and it just does its normal flash once a second. Tried the spare key and changed the batteries. The car battery is only a yr old. I belive there is three parts to the immoliser being the key, barrel/pat and ecu. Is there anything else I need to consider before I finally say good bye. The second part of this is I only filled the car up the day before the problem. How typical is that. If the immobiliser is going to not be worth sorting how can I get that fuel out of the car and into our other car. is there an anti siphon device fitted to these. the car is on the drive so difficult to get under to drop the talk etc and dont really want to be attempting that on the drive so an easy method seems the way to go. Obviously with no power going tot he pump i cant think of a way to get the fuel engine side. Any thoughts on both these issue most gratefully received. Ta
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