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    • Misteeq
    • By Misteeq 23rd Dec 18, 9:43 AM
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    Misteeq
    Anti Theft Device
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    • 23rd Dec 18, 9:43 AM
    Anti Theft Device 23rd Dec 18 at 9:43 AM
    Hi,

    Can anyone recommend a good anti theft device I can buy for my car?

    I've got a Fiesta Zetec S - 2012 model.

    Apparently it has a built in immobiliser already, but I want to increase the security if I can.

    Someone recommended an OBD lock, but I'm not sure how these work?

    Any help would be gratefully appreciated 😊

    Thanks.
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    • Mercdriver
    • By Mercdriver 25th Dec 18, 12:54 AM
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    Mercdriver
    Here's the wannabe. Just don't make it though don't matter how hard they try. Sigh. So sad.
    Originally posted by Scrapit
    whatever you are taking, cut down. It's making you incoherent.
    • Tiexen
    • By Tiexen 28th Dec 18, 4:46 PM
    • 573 Posts
    • 286 Thanks
    Tiexen
    Hi,

    Can anyone recommend a good anti theft device I can buy for my car?

    I've got a Fiesta Zetec S - 2012 model.

    Apparently it has a built in immobiliser already, but I want to increase the security if I can.

    Someone recommended an OBD lock, but I'm not sure how these work?

    Any help would be gratefully appreciated 😊

    Thanks.
    Originally posted by Misteeq

    Do you "double press" the key when you lock the car? - this will deadlock it, even if you break the windows you can't open the doors
    • Scrapit
    • By Scrapit 12th Jan 19, 12:43 AM
    • 406 Posts
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    Scrapit
    whatever you are taking, cut down. It's making you incoherent.
    Originally posted by Mercdriver
    Just cos you don't understand it don't make it incoherent.
    • AdrianC
    • By AdrianC 12th Jan 19, 3:42 PM
    • 21,175 Posts
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    AdrianC
    Just cos you don't understand it don't make it incoherent.
    Originally posted by Scrapit
    He is right, though.

    The second sentence, particularly, of...
    Here's the wannabe. Just don't make it though don't matter how hard they try. Sigh. So sad.
    ...is incoherent gibberish, while the last sentence appears to be plagiarised from Donald Trump.
    • nortong
    • By nortong 13th Jan 19, 9:57 AM
    • 103 Posts
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    nortong
    He is right, though.

    The second sentence, particularly, of...
    ...is incoherent gibberish, while the last sentence appears to be plagiarised from Donald Trump.
    Originally posted by AdrianC
    The English language exquisite in works by Milton, Shelley, Bronte Sisters and Shakespeare but I am afraid not quite achieved by Scrapit. But it definitely is utter gibberish and !!!!!!!! in his hands.
    • Scrapit
    • By Scrapit 13th Jan 19, 10:29 PM
    • 406 Posts
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    Scrapit
    He is right, though.

    The second sentence, particularly, of...
    ...is incoherent gibberish, while the last sentence appears to be plagiarised from Donald Trump.
    Originally posted by AdrianC
    I must admit, you are mich much better at this trolling lark than the merc driving sprog. He does try though bless him.
    Now, that said this is not one of your finer efforts. Busy weekend?under the weather? And just so you know, he copied me.
    • Scrapit
    • By Scrapit 13th Jan 19, 10:30 PM
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    Scrapit
    The English language exquisite in works by Milton, Shelley, Bronte Sisters and Shakespeare but I am afraid not quite achieved by Scrapit. But it definitely is utter gibberish and !!!!!!!! in his hands.
    Originally posted by nortong
    I far prefer Mcnab.
    • nortong
    • By nortong 14th Jan 19, 10:54 AM
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    nortong

    I far prefer Mcnab.
    Originally posted by Scrapit
    Hmm, I see where you are coming from but I found the use of alliterative structure in 'Crisis Four' was a bit deficient in the analytical syntax of the sub-plot - nothing like his pseudo masterpieces 'Deep Black' and 'Liberation Day'. Though the under developed, almost primitive manipulation of his dialogue was somewhat overshadowed by a confusing implementation of prurient characters!

    Do you agree, me old mucker?
    • gord115
    • By gord115 14th Jan 19, 8:10 PM
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    gord115
    Buy a Disklok and have done with it.
    • jeradon
    • By jeradon 17th Jan 19, 6:15 AM
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    jeradon
    To me, nothing is 100% theft-proof although having a combination of security things is ideal. You can have an alarm, immobilizer, gps tracker, etc.
    • Scrapit
    • By Scrapit 19th Jan 19, 10:57 AM
    • 406 Posts
    • 117 Thanks
    Scrapit
    Hmm, I see where you are coming from but I found the use of alliterative structure in 'Crisis Four' was a bit deficient in the analytical syntax of the sub-plot - nothing like his pseudo masterpieces 'Deep Black' and 'Liberation Day'. Though the under developed, almost primitive manipulation of his dialogue was somewhat overshadowed by a confusing implementation of prurient characters!

    Do you agree, me old mucker?
    Originally posted by nortong
    Yes .
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