I have the same issue apparently you have to programme the ghost to forget the first phone then re-pair it with new phone, I rang Chris Preston but thought I would have a go myself, its in the to do tray. The ghost booklet instructions are not that clear to me. Probably need to do it with someone like minded and work our way through it.
Slightly off topic, but I hope you don’t mind me saying but for me the big advantage of Ghost is that it works without a key fob or other device. I my view, programming a phone to unlock your car reduces the level of security.
It is easier if you still have the phone and it is still paired to the ghost (mutual removal). As you don’t have the phone or if you didn’t unpair it properly (forced removal) it’s a bit trickier but the instructions aren’t too hard to follow, I’ve done a forced removal pretty easily. With Ghost 1 you can only pair one phone at a time, I hear with Ghost 2 you can pair two.
This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by Dr. RS.
I have I can pass it to you but better by private email/message. It is an involved procedure you have to do a relearning procedure and I have given it a wide berth at the moment, so maybe I need to address this myself. So post a contact email and I will give you his number.
Happy to talk you through forced removal, don’t be scared, it’s really not that hard and we can’t make things worse than they already are. I pair and unpair my ghost every time my son borrows the car and did the forced removal the first time we forgot to do mutual removal. I talked my son through it over the phone and it worked fine. If all else fails, I have Chris Preston’s personal contact details plus he lives nearby.