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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 22 September 2010 21:39 / United Kingdom
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By  eytanrodin  |  0

The manufacturer is lying. if they're too lazy to change it then they should disable it which they can also do. Is this a Ford product? If for whatever reason I am wrong, you have a major class-action lawsuit on your hands. Talk to the manager of the car dealership and tell them these things. I guarantee you they will play ball. Under absolutely no circumstances should you have to pay even a dime.

By  BoyBeyond  |  0

So tell the car company to take out the key code or the device the thieves are using to get in and manually use a key to open and close the car door problem solved genius.

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  I_iz_special  |  0

I agree with 34 on this sue, sue, and sue. You should at least get a replacement lock if not car, and if anything else gets stolen then compensation for it.

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  waveman56  |  3

The code is programmed into another key so they can unlock the car whenever they want. Only one person probably has it but they have free access to the car

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

Some (I think most now) cars have remote un/locking devices, and I think it is those that have been cracked for the OP's type of car. It is possible to get into a car with just that, even in the UK.

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  celtics734  |  2

you do realize that most cars made after 2000 have a small chip embedded in the key that sends a specific RF signal to the ignition when you start the car, right?

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