Best security device for Raptor 2020

MarceloDV

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Hello everyone. Does anyone have any recomendations for a security device for a Raptor 2020?. I used to have a 2018 Raptor that was stolen in a street via key cloning.
I try to install an OBD Block the other day in my raptor but it was a mess. After the installation nothing was working on the screen and it showed many errors on the console. I had to go back.
I heard about a device called Igla, but i think is a little invasive. So guys i don't know. I suffered with the first theft of my truck and I don't want the same thing to happen so any recommendation will be very appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
 

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Hello everyone. Does anyone have any recomendations for a security device for a Raptor 2020?. I used to have a 2018 Raptor that was stolen in a street via key cloning.
I try to install an OBD Block the other day in my raptor but it was a mess. After the installation nothing was working on the screen and it showed many errors on the console. I had to go back.
I heard about a device called Igla, but i think is a little invasive. So guys i don't know. I suffered with the first theft of my truck and I don't want the same thing to happen so any recommendation will be very appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I have a pouch that blocks frequencies from my key so they can't intercept my trucks keys.
 

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@FordTechOne would you know off the top of your head the demands placed on said switch in that circuit?
It’s a low current switch, it just provides voltage to the PCM and BCM for the start/stop request. The switch receives power from circuit SBP18, Fuse F18 in the BCM.
 

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I agree with @FordTechOne - a kill switch of some sort. Could be an inexpensive hidden kill switch.

I have the Ravelco which is just an expensive kill switch. What I like is that it is conspicuous which, in my opinion has a greater chance for a thief to walk away. The Ravelco window sticker helps too.

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Only con to the Ravelco is it’s size. Ravelco or hidden kill switch is useless unless you unplug/turn off.

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