What is Service/Valet Mode?
The service or valet mode allows you to temporarily disable the ghost immobiliser. It’s perfect for when you’re handing your car in to a garage, car wash or for a long stay car park.
The Ghost Immobiliser will automatically rearm if the vehicle gets driven over 30mph for 15 minutes, the next time someone attempts to start the vehicle it will be immobilised.
You can rearm the Ghost Immboliser manually by simply entering your secret code at any time.
Autowatch Ghost Immobilisers are now TASSA (Tracker and Aftermarket security systems association) Approved. TASSA is an aftermarket vehicle security governing body. The Ghost Immobiliser successfully passed all the stringent tests set by TASSA and is now recognised by insurance comapnies.
Yes, and we encourage it, after the installation we will show you how to change the code and which buttons you can use. We’ll also give you a booklet with instructions on how to change your code, how to put the vehicle in to valet mode etc.
Available buttons are different for every model and dependent on the equipment available on your vehicle such as cruise control and paddle shifters.
We can give you a pretty good idea on which buttons will be available for your model just contact us.
What is Gearbox Lock & Engine Stall
On supported Automatic Vehicles we can program the Ghost Immobiliser to allow the engine to start and stall the engine when a gear is selected.
The Engine Stall feature is the default setting we can easily change it to Gearbox Lock for you if the vehicle supports it.
Does the Ghost Immobiliser Void my warranty?
Simple answer is no. The Ghost Immobiliser does not void your warranty. Its always best to ask your dealer anyway just to get some reassurance.
Whats the difference between Ghost I & Ghost II
Simple answer is not much, we still have Ghost I fitted to our personal vehicles and don’s see the need in switching.
The Ghost I is now obsolete, the Ghost II now supports 2 phones for Bluetooth pairing and supports more models.
You wont hear MK Motors mention the bluetooth pairing feature unless you ask, thats because we don’t recommend it. You could easily leave your phone in the car and the app will disarm the Ghsot Immobiliser