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Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 11:25 am 
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hi

Sorry guys for posting in this section but all the other section where not appropriate either so im taking a chance in this section

Ford FPV adopts VIN Microdot IC across the whole range
well oddly enough i need something checked and do u think i can find someone close by or even for that matter in victoria to read a microdot of one of my car rims.

Long story short i believee i have not been given back my original rim from a ford dealership back of my FPV-gtp .

So after asking around the motor trade industry and Ford dealerships who just go " HA ' over the telephone and say "what are u talking about ?" I decided to call FPV direct .

Again i was treated badly with the first person that handle my explanation why i needed the rim checked out. Then someone come on the seen and understood the situation " I THINK HE DID " , i was finally given a telephone number of a business that could do the service of reading and giving me a report on my GT rim.

When i spoke to the guy of this company he didn't want to get involved and just gave me the run around .

I then called FPV again and was given 4 four other telephone numbers and out of those numbers one crowd said yes they can do the reading of the microdots . You sitting down $185-oo plus GST :oops: :oops: :cry: :cry:

WOOOOOO i asked why so expensive couldn't get a answer out of the guy

So my question is , does anyome know of any other companies that can read microdots security at a reasonable price ?? what is there telephone number ?

any help would be appreciated

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Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 3:39 pm 
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hi

update guys , when i last spoke to Ford FPV , i was give a telephone number from the manufactures of Data Dot system.

Then they put me onto a guy who sells to the public .

I ended up calling him this morning and he just rang me back.

The kit to read the datadot system is about $60 delivered to my door step.

He also sells kits to data dot parts and house hold goods .

I will receive my kit in the next few working days and info u guys how i go.

the guys website is http://www.datadothb.com.au/ if anyone else needs more info.

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Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 3:48 pm 
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hi

guys a great way to datadot ur car parts worthing looking into it

but that kit is not cheap some where around the $280-oo mark don't know what you get in the kit.

Now im on the phone canceling my tuesday morning appointment for $185-oo plus gst that i had booked in for.

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Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 9:15 pm 
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why have a security system if it costs you so much just to have it looked over?
that makes it pointless in some ways.

 

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Posted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 9:47 pm 
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will be worth it if it reveals that his suspicion about his rim is correct and it has been swapped.

 

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