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Ghost Immobiliser Fitting UK wide
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We are really excited to announce we have now become an improved installer of the Ghost immobiliser system.

Just reading through some forum comments on Ghost immobilisers and they get great reviews and seem to be the most comprehensive way of securing one's vehicle.


" The instructions say to press the start button to turn the car on, then enter the code and wait for the confirmation flashes, then press the brake and start button to start the engine. I find I can just start the engine then enter the code and wait for the confirmation flashes before putting it into drive, speeds the process up a bit. This may be something to do with it being an auto with an electronic selector, I don't think you can even start a manual without entering the code first."
"You have a feature called 'Gearbox Lock' enabled. This is enabled by default on certain automatic file types, such as for BMW's and newer 2018 Audi's. It can be changed to Start Inhibit should you wish that preference to occur, however the option you have is far better as it allows defrosting and warming up of the car before PIN entry, without having to worry about it going anywhere.
If you would like to switch to Start Inhibit, where the vehicle is put onto the ignition stage, and then the PIN entered before it starts, drop me a line and I can advise you how to do it, or contact your installer. "


"What happens when the buttons you use to enter the code/sequence fail?
Window switches fail all the time, how do you start it then?"

"You can access it via bluetooth. You get a credit card with an emergency start procedure on the back including serial number, bluetooth connection code etc."


Does anyone on here have a Ghost fitted? If so please can you share some feedback on the quality of the product?


To arrange a fitting at your home or place of work simply visit our Ghost Immobiliser Fitting page fill out the form and one of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
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