I just moved my jeep to the garage, btw. Totally freaked out.
Instead of keeping your key fob In a protective box you could keep your Jeep in a protective box... aka... garage. My doors and top are off most of the year. I keep my Jeep in the garage and my junk elsewhere.Sounds like we may need a kill switch in line somewhere.
in your first post? Yeah. I need to get one too, especially with the whole ECM swap and drive away thing.Did I fail to mention a hood lock (keyed, not remote).
I Kia is a great running automobile. I have had two of them go past the 200,000 mile mark and never back to the dealer. My 13 Optima has 204,000+ miles on it right now. Just brakes, oil changes, air filters, tires, one battery, and two headlight bulbs for 8 years of service. OOO, I did put spark plugs in it at about 135,000 miles. Still has the original serpentine belt.I need to get a Kia. Whats a Kia?
You can't believe that a professional car thief does not know how to drive a stick. After all it is not like some form secret magic...... I mean you can teach a 10 year old that can reach the pedals in about 5 minutes.Those with a stick have one big plus-most of the morons who are stealing cars aren’t smart enough to operate 3 pedals..
I HATE MY OWN THREAD! I ordered one too, there are Jeeps EVERYWHERE, maybe they will just move on if they see this locked on. We love to go out and just leave the top down, I am not worried about theft from home or work (armed guards) at all, just sitting out somewhere unattended. Yes they can get it with a tow truck or a spaceship with a tractor beam, but this will at least deter SOME.