Dear customer, i apology for my delay during the weekend i had some issues to sort out.
About your query.
Dear customer there is very likely that the immobilizer system has been activated, because of how your fault happened. But these are also the symptoms of problems in the electronic module system system responsible for controlling the electrical system.
I am going to make the following recommendations to make these revisions before proceeding:
Then I will recommend you check all the fuses and relays located further to the engine compartment and under the dashboard that is not burned and that all the reliefs are good and not glued.
I recommend you first of all after the review and the fuses and relays make a computerized diagnosis through this diagnosis you will be able to find the error codes that are experiencing the ignition of the electrical system and if among those error codes the immobilizer appears, you will be able to be sure that the immobilizer is activated. This is the best way. What can you do to discard the immobilizer but you can also proceed directly to the immobilizer system programming with a programming device.
Dear customer If the immobilizer system is not activated there I would recommend you disassemble the electronic mode of the electrical system (ECM) or (BCM), to rule out if one of these modules is defective. The good thing is that as your scenic is 2006 you can find All these modules fromsecond-hand electronic parts at much lower prices.
Therefore it does not consider that the vehicle should be discarded only make a good review before making any replacement.