VeeDubTDI said:The immobilizer is a computer that recognizes a transponder in your ignition key. Without the correct key (or the correct coding), the car will start and immediately turn off, rendering it undrivable.
Who did your rebuild? Why was it rebuilt?
Sounds like a mark and pray mechanic, I wouldn't fo back for a TB job, you could srnd him here for more info.VeeDubTDI said:Your mechanic should really know what he's doing. It's his own fault if he can't figure out how a simple diesel engine works. Perhaps it would do him some good to spend some time with the shop manual.
Please tell us more about the "marks" you lined up.draco76 said:all the marks mined up perfect when we timed it,
messed with IP some same deal.
If it won't run for more than a split second, you can't really check timing. Damn electronic TDIs...VeeDubTDI said:Have someone look to see if it's open or closed when you try to start it. It takes vacuum to close it... the ASV is normally open, but I'm more inclined to say that there's air in the fuel system.
Have you checked the timing?