How much does it cost to fix a car immobilizer?

How much should it usually cost to fix a car immobilizer? I've been having some issues with my Nissan’s locks, and I think that's the problem.

Struggling to start your car can be frustrating, especially when you can’t do much about it. If the problem is the immobilizer, you’ll need to bring it to a shop—where you can generally expect to pay around $300 for parts and labor.
Of course, the actual price will depend on the type of car you have and the shop you choose. Since immobilizers deal with your car’s electrical, the fix could be as easy as resetting the fob battery or as hard as rewiring the entire system. While DIY fixes might be tempting, this job is better left for professionals.
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Oct 27, 2021

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