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 Post subject: Re: smart lock confusing
Posted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 10:34 pm 
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i was just wondering if anybody knew how to or where is cheap to get a smart lock fixed on a ford falcon gli, typical female who is desperate to get it fixed


where abouts in campbelltown u in cause im around the area with a spare bcm on hand that works.
or you could try the procedure in letting it re-learn and if it doesnt work call 46461288 they are located in narellan who specialises in ford second hand parts

 

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Posted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 10:52 pm 
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From the technical documents http://www.fordmods.com/forums/documents.php?doc=26


The immobilised state is indicated by the Smartlock warning jewel (LED) as a rapid flash rate.
The system enters the immobilised state if Smartlock receives at least two incorrect codes when the ignition switch is turned to On.
When the car is in the immobilised state, you cannot start the engine, as the BEM has disabled both the starter motor, and the EEC-V system.
If the cause of the immobilisation is a corruption of the codes during transfer, you should be able to start the car on the second attempt.
Note : The remote keypads will still operate on an immobilised car, however an immobilised car will not display the immobilised flash with the ignition off, and will display the armed code as normal.
If the cause is an unauthorised attempt to start the car, i.e. by hot wiring, the car will remain unstartable. However to prevent a vehicle from being completely immobilised, (Eg. due to a damaged electronic lock assembly data), you can start the car by using the method below.
The following method must be used if the BEM, or the electronic module has been replaced, so as the new Codes from the electronic Ignition Switch are RE-LEARNT.

1. Turn all accessories off.
2. Turn the ignition to the On position.
The Smartlock warning Jewel (LED) will flash any error codes, then finally the immobilised code.
3. Leave the car for 30 Minutes.
4. After 30 Minutes, the BEM will attempt to relearn the electronic lock assembly data.
5. If the learning procedure is successful, the warning jewel (LED) will then stop flashing and the door locks will change state twice. You can now start the car, and operate it as normal.
6. If the learning procedure is unsuccessful, the warning jewel (LED) will stop flashing and stay on, and you can start the engine.


when i put a second hand bcm i tried it in half an hour and the car wouldnt start i had to end up going through the same procedure for about an hour but when i turned the ignition off the (LED) was still flashing pretty fast but the car started

 

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 Post subject: Re: smart lock confusing
Posted: Tue Nov 06, 2007 11:03 pm 
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kovac wrote:
Leeanne wrote:
i was just wondering if anybody knew how to or where is cheap to get a smart lock fixed on a ford falcon gli, typical female who is desperate to get it fixed


where abouts in campbelltown u in cause im around the area with a spare bcm on hand that works.
or you could try the procedure in letting it re-learn and if it doesnt work call 46461288 they are located in narellan who specialises in ford second hand parts


How can you say you have a spare BCM when she hasn't said what model car she has?
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Posted: Wed Nov 07, 2007 12:02 am 
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The most important information needed in this thread - what model is the car ??
Check your compliance plates in the engine bay to find out.

EF/EL will need BEM, EBII/ED will need a smartlock module.

 

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Posted: Wed Nov 07, 2007 9:43 am 
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that is so cool thank you for that, how much for the bem? I'm in the minto area

 

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Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 10:38 am 
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that is so cool thank you for that, how much for the bem? I'm in the minto area


well i have a el and it cost me $125 for the bem

 

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Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 1:16 pm 
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that sounds like a good price, did you get it locally or somewhere away from campbelltown?

 

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Posted: Fri Nov 09, 2007 8:18 am 
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the place i got my second hand bem is at

49b smeaton grange rd smeaton grange

and their phone no is 46461288


it was called parts plus but they changed the name but its still the same and they look after falcons from eb to current cars

 

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 Post subject: RE: smartlock
Posted: Sun Feb 03, 2008 9:39 pm 
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hey it's me Leeanne again i sent emails ages ago about a smartlock well we got the smart lock yesterday put it in but now it won't work they did everything they were suppose to do from all of you guys & thank you for that now i need to know why it won;t work thank you

 

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Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 7:51 pm 
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Have you checked the interior light is working???? Number 1 cause of EF-EL's not starting!!!, If it's been asked b4, i'm sorry, i must have missed it.

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