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Old 28th February 2019, 06:47 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by snuffy View Post
I think some are making the keys disable once they are stationary so they will not respond whilst hanging up on a table etc.

That does not help existing keys as they stand of course.



The only sure way is to take the battery out, but that's hardly ideal of course.


I assume the GT-R does not initiate comms until you press the door open button ? I know other cars will open the door as you approach, so those ones much be sending out "key, are you there ?" requests all the time, where as the GT-R will only send a "key, are you there?" request when you press the door open button.

In which case, would it be possible to disable the car door's button. Then it would mean the car would only open when you press the button on the remote and not the car.
Once the signal boost your fob frequency it'll basically be exactly the same as your keys functionality, so they'll be able to press unlock on there device and open the car and then press start and go. Keyless cars are the cars they target... Easy pickings no effort required at all. With the Ghost fitted the only thing they can do is unlock your car.
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