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26 Re: luck aint on my side right now on 5th November 2015, 11:27 am

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@nomad wrote:Have they pulled the top of the door out to gain access sye ???

yeah with a crowbar or something, pryed it out so they could get to the lock on the inside.

Yeah not holding my breath about it tbh, given me a little bit of encouragment to get the electrics all sorted now and focus on security

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27 Re: luck aint on my side right now on 5th November 2015, 12:18 pm

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Best thing with security is be a bit sneaky .
alarms are handy but any clued up jacker will bypass most ones in 10 minutes, especially when common ones pro installed, home installed can be nightmare if wiring like a can of exploded spaghetti & alarm a ebay special .
something as simple as a very well hidden switch cutting an ecu feed can really stop car from running more than any cat1 alarm.
Think can conclude from damage they kids & not too good at it :-S
Are you paying out your own pocket, doubt worth using insurance with excess & then increased future policy costs :-(
Least you seem motivated sort it which good, best to gain strength from the experience.
Hope things work out okay ....

28 Re: luck aint on my side right now on 5th November 2015, 3:39 pm

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if you need an ignition key / lock assembly then I have one you can have as a freebie, just cover postage costs sye seeing as your a good lad.

really sorry to hear they did this but that's life unfortunately nowadays, small minded little fukwits after drug money no doubt Rolling Eyes


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29 Re: luck aint on my side right now on 5th November 2015, 10:05 pm

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seems like i only need the switch/harness bit which is behind the ignition barrel and the button which you push to release the key, if thats what part you mean?

cheers very much, really appreciated

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30 Re: luck aint on my side right now on 10th November 2015, 9:09 am

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@Mr B wrote:Best thing with security is be a bit sneaky .
alarms are handy but any clued up jacker will bypass most ones in 10 minutes, especially when common ones pro installed, home installed can be nightmare if wiring like a can of exploded spaghetti & alarm a ebay special .
something as simple as a very well hidden switch cutting an ecu feed can really stop car from running more than any cat1 alarm.
Think can conclude from damage they kids & not too good at it :-S
Are you paying out your own pocket, doubt worth using insurance with excess & then increased future policy costs :-(
Least you seem motivated sort it which good, best to gain strength from the experience.
Hope things work out okay ....

hey thanks for that i didnt even think about a killswitch, i done some reading and they advise not to do the ecu as it might damage it bu what about the fuel pump? i could run a switch from the new wiring for walbro? easy enough to do?

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31 Re: luck aint on my side right now on 10th November 2015, 10:43 am

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Rather than a kill switch fit one of the battery idolaters that come with. Key

32 Re: luck aint on my side right now on 10th November 2015, 1:10 pm

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@Digitalfaze wrote:
@Mr B wrote:Best thing with security is be a bit sneaky .
alarms are handy but any clued up jacker will bypass most ones in 10 minutes, especially when common ones pro installed, home installed can be nightmare if wiring like a can of exploded spaghetti & alarm a ebay special .
something as simple as a very well hidden switch cutting an ecu feed can really stop car from running more than any cat1 alarm.
Think can conclude from damage they kids & not too good at it :-S
Are you paying out your own pocket, doubt worth using insurance with excess & then increased future policy costs :-(
Least you seem motivated sort it which good, best to gain strength from the experience.
Hope things work out okay ....

hey thanks for that i didnt even think about a killswitch, i done some reading and they advise not to do the ecu as it might damage it bu what about the fuel pump? i could run a switch from the new wiring for walbro? easy enough to do?

You want be sneaky
fuel & starter are common ones be cut for immobiliser
ideally you want run of mill alarm on those circuits then add hidden push switch to cut relay for ecu power feed & do wiring on it as oem neat & hidden as possible. this way they do the norm work on alarm & then if cranking but not starting they wasting time, making noise & end up with wheezy battery too.
I have a small push switch under handbrake soft trim & can only push magic spot when handbrake on. Just do it with quality switch & soldered joints & it will be reliable.
You can do a decent hidden cut switch for less than price of takeaway.
half decent cat1 alarms are cheap these days too, I like the dual zone proximity sensors as a nasty noise while poking around with doors etc prior to entry pisses them off & gives hint it may be not worth the hassle
3 things they hate is noise, time & flashing lights lol .

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