Ghost Immobiliser

Protect your car from theft like nothing else on the market today. The Ghost protects your car from key-cloning, hacking, and even key theft (in Australia key theft is the main way thieves are taking your vehicle). The Ghost has no key-fobs or LED indications to give away its installation, instead the Ghost programs  the buttons in your vehicle, such as those on the steering wheel or centre console, to allow you to make a unique, changeable, disarm sequence (Basically a PIN code) that must first be entered before you can drive your car. Just like your credit card has a 4 digit PIN, you can now do the same with your vehicle’s original buttons. No PIN entered, no drive, even if the key is in the car, simple as that.

  • Immobilisation by communicating with the ECU
  • Disarm sequence via programmed buttons on steering wheel / dash
  • No transmitted radio frequency signals
  • Uses the on-board CAN data network
  • Undetectable from scanning tools
  • User changeable disarm sequence
  • Service / Valet mode means the disarm sequence is never compromised
  • Secure, unique emergency code should the disarm sequence be forgotten or a button fails
  • Does not effect your new vehicle warranty
  • Completely reversible back to original should you choose to remove the Ghost down the track (free charge)
  • The world’s best modern vehicle security device. Period.

Ghost Immobiliser Installation

As long as your vehicle has a CAN bus wiring system*, the Ghost can be installed. We require the vehicle for only half a day to install and code the vehicle to work with the Ghost immobiliser. The majority of vehicles are a $899 installation however some exotic or unique vehicles may require additional time.

*How do you know if your vehicle is CAN bus?
As a rule of thumb, most vehicles manufactured post 2001 are now CAN bus and if your vehicle has a key FOB and push button start on the dash, it is definitely CAN bus, however please feel free to check with us to confirm. (Fun fact, the 1991 Mercedes S Class was the first vehicle built with CAN bus).