FK-OC | Ford Ka Owners Club

Ford Day Blackpool

Sunday 7th September 2014

To display your car on the Ford Ka Owners Club stand, tickets are £3 per car.

There is a maximum of 20 cars per club and it would be great if we could get 20 of our motors there! This sounds like it will be a great day out!

Details about the show, payment information, accommodation for the night before etc. can be found here: [-Link-]


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Wed Jun 08 2011, 10:43AM
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I have a hawk alarm in my girlfriends Ka which has an option for a remote boot release. I know that i require a relay, but how would i wire this into the car. Her Ka currently has the release button installed in the car from stock etc...
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Steve 'o'
Wed Jun 08 2011, 02:21PM
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Could you not take the wiring etc from a streetka, this has boot release and also has it on it's key fob...... Just an idea
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Wed Jun 08 2011, 02:59PM
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As i said, I have the alarm installed with the remote locking option installed and all working, but now would like to installed the boot release (from the alarm) to control the boot release on the Ka. The Ka has the release button on the dash, so am just trying to work out how to wire up.

Would wiring the relay and button in parrel be best option? That way he button and relay both open boot
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