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Q: What does the immobilizer indicator mean?

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What does the immobilizer indicator mean?

A: The immobilizer indicator is located on you...

The immobilizer indicator is located on your instrument panel. This light illuminates when the ignition is turned to the ON position, to let you know that the immobilizer has been deactivated. The light will turn off when you start the engine.

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