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LukePowell

Member Since 25 Aug 2012
Offline Last Active Jun 21 2013 08:03 AM
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In Topic: Ford Fiesta 2011 Attempted Theft - Zetec S1600

21 June 2013 - 08:03 AM

Very true! I'm glad they didn't try the other way of getting in! I've seen one fiesta where they forced a screwdriver down the side of the drivers door to get to the little screw that holds the lock cylinder in to open the central locking that way... Very Messy!!

 

You can put switches/cut the wires to the OBD port but these people know what they're doing and they'll just follow the wires back to the looms in the car/ find the switch. The beauty of the OBD Protector is that its always there and only needs to be touched if you breakdown/car goes in for a service. Just google 'ProtectAVan' or 'OBD Protection' and they'll probably come up


In Topic: Stealing Fiestas

25 August 2012 - 06:07 PM

I work for a company who are making 'OBD Protectors' for all fords ATM, thieves are decoding keys, getting them cut and then programming them into the car. The process takes 5 minutes and even quicker if your car is keyless (like mine!) take a look http://www.protectav....tection-device

And its safe for now ;D

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