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#1 mk3ghia

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Posted 19 May 2008 - 08:50 PM

Hi,I have been reading about the anti hijack feature which you can put on the mondeo where it locks all the doors once your speed hits 5mph,All the items i have read seem to say for the facelift mk3,Mine is a 02 plate so was wondering if this would work on mine,Any comments would be appreciated,Cheers.

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#2 cossiedave

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Posted 07 June 2008 - 08:45 PM

Hi yes it should email me at david-clarke2406@o2.co.uk and I will send you the info

#3 cossiedave

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Posted 07 June 2008 - 08:55 PM

Try this it worked on mine
1 Turn the ignition on till the dash lights come on do not start the engine
2 Lock the door using the top lever lock and then unlock it 3 times
3 Turn ignition of
4 Repeat line 2 but with ignition off
5 Turn ignition on you should hear a beep
6 Lock the door again once - final beep should be heard
7 Done

#4 Rizzo

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Posted 22 October 2010 - 10:08 AM

Try this it worked on mine
1 Turn the ignition on till the dash lights come on do not start the engine
2 Lock the door using the top lever lock and then unlock it 3 times
3 Turn ignition of
4 Repeat line 2 but with ignition off
5 Turn ignition on you should hear a beep
6 Lock the door again once - final beep should be heard
7 Done


Hi i have a ford galaxy mk1 and this wont work on my car.

Do you know how i can activate the anti hijack for the when car in motion please?


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