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Sep 14, 2013

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dc4daniel wrote:

Somebody just broke into one of my cars earlier this morning.  Luckily they just took the radio.  I think they were too noobish to steal the whole car.  (Knock on wood they don't try again).  Horrible Friday the 13th for me so far lol.  

 

I've seen the screw driver method working on 80s cars.  Even car keys of same car/different owners working on 1990+ cars.  This is bringing back memories of a low point in my life during my younger years lol.


If its a GM car they can track it with on star..

GameMasters make their own cars?

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Sep 14, 2013

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only if you pay for on star.


am i really the only one imagined seperoth saying that????

 

anyways, someone broke into my dads car once, you know how they say park under a light and people wont take anything in it? well it actually helped them, took the radio, busted the window.

 

and the only time i drive a car like i stole it is in grand theft auto.

 

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Sep 14, 2013

car doesn't start with a copy of the orginal key and I don't have an spare orginal key  and I'm not doing that to the only orginal key I have and whatever.

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LOL setz.  If you do that make sure you send me a PM with a link, I'll be laughing Smiley Tongue

 

 

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Sep 15, 2013

Setzaroth wrote:

only if you pay for on star.


Actually not really.

Paying for onstar only grants you access to their services. Regardless, the vehicle "dials home" and the location data is stored locally.... like every other GPS enabled device. 
If the vehicle is stolen, you CAN call GM/Onstar and they well remote access to the vehicle and they'll pull the location data from the vehicle to find out where its last "ping" location was. 

My 335i has the same service through BMW Assist and even if I no longer pay for the service, they will always know where my car is.

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Sep 15, 2013

Sweet2525 wrote:

dc4daniel wrote:

Somebody just broke into one of my cars earlier this morning.  Luckily they just took the radio.  I think they were too noobish to steal the whole car.  (Knock on wood they don't try again).  Horrible Friday the 13th for me so far lol.  

 

I've seen the screw driver method working on 80s cars.  Even car keys of same car/different owners working on 1990+ cars.  This is bringing back memories of a low point in my life during my younger years lol.


If its a GM car they can track it with on star..

Same with BlueLink for all Hyundai models too.

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Screwdriver in the Ignition - Imgur.jpg

 

Link on how to make one, not my creation just found and wanted to share. 

 

http://imgur.com/a/Ea9d6


That's awesome. I'd love to make one of those for my car. I'd use it as a spare Smiley LOL

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