But how to check the set of keys? I have two . My car happened 1 month ago, the bumper was repaired outside. Several cars were fired from my battery. My mechanic. Because he said that such a powerful battery. Maybe it's about firing the cables? A hint about how can I check with two keys?
Of course I meant a battery in the key if you have the original central in the key. And just wonder what key you mean as a key to a bolt or key as a key to the door because these are 2 different controls and I mean the one with the key to the door which suggests a mistake in the immobilizer caused by a few attempts to start the car without success ( eg damage to the ignition switch's block) or as I wrote earlier, eg a weak battery in the key. It's best to hook up to the computer and see what the error is because it's so many reasons. If you have someone with a cable, it's worth to connect or make a cable that is useful and of course at an affordable price. Therefore, I suggest you use the second set of keys and turn on the ignition and the control should disappear. Too fast firing attempt can also cause an error because immo did not manage to read the key. Also, I suggest you check it out because if there are more errors in immo, you can block it and then you will not start the car and only unlock the computer. When the battery is discharged also such an error can arise because during the cranking the starter voltage dropped enough that the module immo turned off so that he did not read the key correctly and the error was saved. But after a few attempts to properly fire up, you should disappear but you may also need to delete the computer. Also, as you can see the reasons can be many and the exact reason you will see by reading the error codes in immo. diagnostic cable.
Maybe from the beginning what your control looks like:
Because these are 2 completely different controls responsible for quite different errors. The control of 1 photo is a problem related to the immobilizer (errors recorded in it). The light from 2 pictures is a problem related to the motor equipment (errors saved in the engine control unit)
The error you gave after the reading is responsible for heating glow plugs and in such cases the light from the second shot should be on. I suggest you clear the error and see if the error will come back after a few shots of the car if so probably one of the glow plugs may be on the finish or electric connection of glow plugs (solid contacts, etc.) However, if the error does not return, it means that it was a short-term fault eg due to the temperature there was some contact. As for the washer motor, it is unlikely to be metered so that you can not see its error by diagnosing the computer and causing it to ignite the above mentioned controls.
On the forum you will find a lot of information about your error so it's worth reviewing the topics of other forum users.