I've got a major electrical problem with my 2003 Peugeot 206 - can you help?

My 2003 Peugeot 206 2.0-litre HDI has stopped working. 'Eco Mode, Immobiliser Fault' has come up on my dash, my side lights are on and it turns over but won't start. There's no power to the wipers, indicators or heater fan, but all the dash lights work. I've checked the fuses and they're all ok. Any ideas please?

Asked on 23 August 2010 by stowheath motor bodies

Answered by Alan Ross
You should get a diagnostic check done on the car, as it is showing a fault via the ECU (engine management system). It could be a number of faults, that is why you need the check. The diagnostic should give you a code and the code relates to the fault.
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