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Re: Immobilisor Fault

Renault's & probably other cars too, Need a good battery to ensure computer type faults. Either change your battery (if you do, ensure the car has "gone to sleep" (forum search) before disconnecting to avoid the EPB fault) or put a Good battery on jump leads.
Did you just dry the fuse board? Perhaps removal & a few days in an airing cupboard, a long blast with a hair drier or (at your own risk) place in the oven as it cools after use. Followed by a spray of WD40 or similar water dispersant.

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