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    Default Aftermarket alarm immobiliser

    Hi guys

    My last remote for my 300tdi has finally packed up, buttons have fallen off. New remote will cost me just short of R3k including programming from a popular cape town indie.

    I'm wondering if aftermarket is an option they seem to be about half that price and then I'll also finally have two remotes.

    What do you think?

    Thanks Ryan

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    Default Re: Aftermarket alarm immobiliser

    Get the immobiliser elimination kit for the 300TDI and then get one of the speed & sound guys to put in an aftermarket that cuts the feed to the fuel supply solenoid.

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    Default Re: Aftermarket alarm immobiliser

    Quote Originally Posted by frogstar View Post
    Hi guys

    My last remote for my 300tdi has finally packed up, buttons have fallen off. New remote will cost me just short of R3k including programming from a popular cape town indie.

    I'm wondering if aftermarket is an option they seem to be about half that price and then I'll also finally have two remotes.

    What do you think?

    Thanks Ryan
    do you have insurance on the vehicle ? check that whatever you do doesnt invalidate that

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    Default Re: Aftermarket alarm immobiliser

    Quote Originally Posted by MartinClem View Post
    do you have insurance on the vehicle ? check that whatever you do doesnt invalidate that
    Most insurances only specify the protection level of the immobiliser and the old LR version is hardly new and probably doesn't comply anyway.
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    Default Re: Aftermarket alarm immobiliser

    Quote Originally Posted by frogstar View Post
    Hi guys

    My last remote for my 300tdi has finally packed up, buttons have fallen off. New remote will cost me just short of R3k including programming from a popular cape town indie.

    I'm wondering if aftermarket is an option they seem to be about half that price and then I'll also finally have two remotes.

    What do you think?

    Thanks Ryan
    Best to keep it original. PM me i can help. I am based in Durbanville. Thanks

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    Default Re: Aftermarket alarm immobiliser

    As mentioned above, if the vehicle is insured then check your insurance policy requirements first.
    They usually need a certification of any after market fitment.
    If not insured for theft then I guess the choice is entirely yours.
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