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Sat May 23 2020, 08:17am
Member No: #56112
Joined: May 23 2020
Location: oxfordshire
I have a 2014 C4 1.6HDi which has just died on me, I put the transponder into the dash, car read that the transponder was there but would not accept it so ignition would not turn on to start the car. I have had an auto locksmith out to check it and he tells me that's it's got to go to a dealer. I have now found out that the handbrake cannot be released in this mode which I think is bad design as now the car can only be dragged onto a flat bed recovery lorry, the dealers have to dismantle the rear brakes to move to car around their garage. I am just putting this out to anybody else who have experienced this.
Sat May 23 2020, 09:04am
Member No: #30055
Joined: Apr 02 2013
Location: Bolton
If you look in your handbook there is a way to manually release the handbrake, unfortunately I can’t get to mine at the moment to explain it.
Sat May 23 2020, 09:05am
Member No: #20936
Joined: Jul 21 2011
Location: Ireland Fermanagh & Galway
I thought there was a way of disengaging the hand brake is it not in the hand book

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