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Sussex Installations FOR3-PP-1S-RB-D Transit Custom Platinum Package Ford Transit Custom Van Platinum Security Package Sussex - London & The South East
Sussex Installations FOR3-PP-1S-RB-D Transit Custom Platinum Package Ford Transit Custom Van Platinum Security Package Sussex - London & The South East
Sussex Installations FOR3-PP-1S-RB-D Transit Custom Platinum Package Ford Transit Custom Van Platinum Security Package Sussex - London & The South East
Sussex Installations FOR3-PP-1S-RB-D Transit Custom Platinum Package Ford Transit Custom Van Platinum Security Package Sussex - London & The South East
Sussex Installations FOR3-PP-1S-RB-D Transit Custom Platinum Package Ford Transit Custom Van Platinum Security Package Sussex - London & The South East
Ford Transit Custom Van Platinum Security Package
£780.99 *Fitted
£650.83 Ex. VAT
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This is our Platinum Security Package for the Ford Transit Custom van with single side load door on the left, twin barn doors on the rear and a factory Ford alarm fitted.

This package offers;

  • A high level of protection against entry into the load area of your van
  • A medium level of protection into the cab area of your van
  • Detection of intrusion into the load area of your vehicle via your factory fitted alarm system
  • Reinforcement of the manufacturer's factory security
  • An additional layer of mechanical security separate from the van's remote control

To test if your Ford Transit Custom has an alarm system already installed, please follow these steps.

For Ford Custom models 2017 or older (the one's with the keyhole in the bonnet grill)
1) Double lock your van from the remote control (press the lock button on the remote twice)
2) Wait 2 minutes
3) Open your bonnet using your key in the lock that is in the grill (But do not press any of the remote control buttons)

If you hear an alarm at this point then this is confirmation that you have an alarm system fitted to your van, you can now press the unlock key on your remote control to stop the alarm from sounding and close your bonnet. If you do not hear an alarm at this point then you do not have an alarm system fitted.

For 2018 and newer Facelift models (without a keyhole in the bonnet grill)
1) Double lock your van (press the lock button on the remote twice)
2) Wait 2 minutes
3) Unlock the driver's door using the manual key (don't unlock with the remote)
The alarm might give a warning sound for 20-30 seconds before going into a full alarm, so patiently wait for up to 1 minute to see if your alarm sounds.

If you hear an alarm at this point then this is confirmation that you have an alarm system fitted to your van, you can now press the unlock key on your remote control to stop the alarm from sounding. If you do not hear an alarm at this point then you do not have an alarm system fitted.

Subscribe to both our YouTube channel and website newsletter to keep up to date with van security products and advice; as things are constantly changing as we respond and adapt to new attack techniques as we see them.

Note: Our electrical modification functionality may vary depending on what body control module is fitted to your van and which version software has been programmed by Ford. Whilst we take great care in selecting products and techniques that we believe are effective to increase your van's security, we can never guarantee that any van is safe from a break in.

If you have had the Ford 'Software Update' done to your van, then you may not need our electronic modification and can save £40 inclusive of VAT from the fitted price above. Our installer can test your van on the day of installation and advise you if you have had the Ford Security update.

To maximise the effectivenes of your security package;
A) Double lock your van from your remote control everytime you lock it* (Unless you have left somebody in your van and then it is not safe to double lock it).
B) Put your deadlocks on at every possible chance.
To maintain your additional security, you should;
A) Spray inside the locks (where the key goes) once per month with a P.T.F.E. lubricant; such as GT85 - NOT WD40.
B) Spray the hook bolt behind the hook and in front of it once per month with white spray grease. 
C) Book in with us for a yearly check up and security review.
F.A.Q.
Q) Should I now use the replock that you fitted on my driver's door to lock my van?
A) No, that lock is just to be used in an emergency if your remote control fails, you should use your remote control to double lock your van as directed above.
Q) My deadlock key won't come out?
A) Make sure your key is horizontal and NOT vertical , also try the key in both horizontal positions (ie turn the key 180 degrees and try again).
Q) I can't open my side load door or rear barn doors?
A) 1st double press the unlock button on your van's remote control and then make sure the deadlock is unlocked.
Q) I tried to open my door with the deadlocks still locked and now they are jammed?
A) Try gently pressing your door closed while you turn the key to unlock your deadlock, but be careful not to push too hard on your van's panels as you don't want to damage them.
Q) I can put my deadlock key in, but the key won't turn at all in the lock?
A) You might have got some dirt inside the lock or you have not lubricated the lock regularly. Spray some P.T.F.E. lubricant inside the lock to dislodge the dirt (watch our videos on YouTube for a detailed guide on how to do this).
Q) My key turns in the lock to the point when the hook bolt usually shoots out, but it is now stuck and I can't put my deadlocks on.
A) If you can open your door then use a small flat bladed screwdriver to help the hook bolt to come out at the same time as turning your key. Then lubricate the hook bolt with white spray grease (watch our video on YouTube for a detailed guide on how to do this).
Q) Is it still possible for someone to break into my van?
A) Yes, you have made it considerably more difficult for them to do so. But it is impossible to stop someone who is determined enough and who has the capabilities to do so.
Platinum package only
Q) My speedo display shows that my side load door is open sometimes when I drive my van?
A) This could be the PIR detector in your load area detecting movement inside the rear of your van, secure any unstable objects in the rear of your van.
If you have any questions or problems then please always contact us first to see if we can help on 01323 638999 or info@susexinstallations.co.uk
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*VAT is included in advertised prices (unless stated otherwise). Price includes standard installation in our local area, but excludes additional parts that may be required (please contact us for a specific quotation for you and your vehicle). Although every effort is made to keep prices accurate they will be subject to change and availability. Please note that the price may change depending upon the selections that you make, a £0 price is an indicator that you need to make your required selection in order to see the price. No security product(s) that we offer guarantees that a vehicle is safe from a break in, please take all appropriate security measures including removing tools or cargo where possible. Any products sold as 'supply only' are done so with the understanding that you will have them fitted by a suitably qualified / competent person, we offer no guarantee of their compatibility with your vehicle and accept no liability for any damage caused by the installation of them. Please click on the individual product for pricing details. Terms and Conditions apply.
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