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Oct 24, 2011
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shropshire
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18,615
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a class I think
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10 months
On our Eldiss 165 key bunch the is a small key? metal square end which seems to make a connection with a small metal plate situated under the steering wheel but in the facia. Question is whats it for? does it connect a tracker device.
Mike
 
Dec 6, 2011
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25,756
South Wales
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19,136
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Coach built Adria
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Since 2007
assuming you bought it pre owned from a dealer, get the dealer to contact the previous owner and ask.

i got contacted by the dealer after part exing our last van as the new owner could not work out the alarm.
 
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Oct 24, 2011
195
78
shropshire
Funster No
18,615
MH
a class I think
Exp
10 months
Thanks but I have found out that it can be used to override the alarm system
Probably if the batteries in the main control loose battery power.
Mike
 
Dec 6, 2011
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great (y)

although that sounds too easy for a potential scrote to override the alarm , in the unlikely event they know the system that is..
 
Aug 22, 2017
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50,136
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Wildax Europa PVC
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Since 2014 -- cycle-camper before that
Probably an alarm touch key. These contain a chip and are coded to the alarm system. It can be used as an alternative to the battery-operated alarm key fob.

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Oct 24, 2011
195
78
shropshire
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a class I think
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10 months
Thanks for the replies. Conformation of what it is is gratefully received.
Mike
 

Dazzler1969

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Jul 10, 2018
134
130
Leicestershire
Funster No
54,849
MH
S&L Atlanta PVC
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Since 2015
Hi,
I have a phantom system on mine with a similar key, it’s designed to override the internal sensors for night use, don’t use it as 2 clicks on the fob arms and overrides at the same time.
Darren
 

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