immobiliser


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immobiliser

[ɪˈməʊbɪlaɪzəʳ] N (Aut) → inmovilizador m

immobiliser

n (Aut) → Wegfahrsperre f
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Immobiliser Override ECU for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van Fig.
Typically burglaries and car theft go hand in hand as it's near impossible to break into modern cars without the immobiliser key.
Fit mechanical immobilisers, |such as a steering guard or a pedal box and use them every time you leave the vehicle Fit an aftermarket electrical |alarm, which draws attention to the vehicle being stolen and an electrical immobiliser.
Mahindra Centuro N1 comes with internationally patented Anti Theft Alarm with Engine Immobiliser.
He was able to get into the car, but the key fob was disabled and the car would not start - and a new immobiliser cost him pounds 600.
The latter works with the car's immobiliser so that if an unauthorised attempt is made to start the car with the key,or if the car is moved,pushed or lifted onto a trailer or transporter, the Trackstar unit will automatically alert the National Control Centre.
The background information provided by our Identification website ranges from consumer applications in computer games, pay TV, mobile phones and washing machines to medical applications and metering (energy meters) and beyond to automotive applications (from immobiliser systems to car sharing), industrial applications (IP protection, logistics, etc.
A vehicle already equipped with a factory-fitted alarm or immobiliser can always be upgraded to be more secure.
A SOLIHULL man who tried to use a car immobiliser kit to help him steal vehicles has been jailed for two years.
The quick-thinking mechanic realised the key to Juliette Piesley's breakdown was her pet George - who had swallowed the car's immobiliser.
immobiliser - to prevent the car from starting; the best way to stop someone driving away;
A device, built into the key, which will be activated as soon as you put the key in the ignition, usually turns the immobiliser off.