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Old 03-24-2012, 03:33 AM   #31
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Throw the t case in neutral too.. Theives arent always the smartest bunch.. A lot of crimes are those of opportunity.. If they can't have it rolling within a minute or so they leave it.. Also it was shown on a TV program by "retired" car thieves, they will pass up a vehicle with a club installed..

I plan on a kill switch, manual locking rear hubs (unlocked in bad areas), t case in neutral, line locks on all 4 brakes, and my alarm system.. If they can get it then they can have it lol

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Old 01-23-2015, 10:31 AM   #32
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Exclamation My jeep is another country with only one sentry key!

My jeep is another country. One that has no dealer to bring the vehicle to. It is used to transport children to school. I would have never bought it had I known about the sentry key system as the people who sold it to me did not make me aware of this. Nice right? I know this a strange question but is there a way, using just one key and not being near a dealership to make another backup key. Thinking about loosing this key is making me sick. Thanks

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Old 01-23-2015, 10:47 AM   #33
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Maybe this is one of the stolen Jeeps and you are looking for a fix for it. Listed as a guest, first post?? Why don't you try over at Pirate 4x4 and see how far you get with this
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Old 01-23-2015, 01:02 PM   #34
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Also it was shown on a TV program by "retired" car thieves, they will pass up a vehicle with a club installed..
I know this is old but it's known the club can be defeated in seconds by experienced car thieves who laugh at them.
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My jeep is another country. One that has no dealer to bring the vehicle to. It is used to transport children to school. I would have never bought it had I known about the sentry key system as the people who sold it to me did not make me aware of this. Nice right? I know this a strange question but is there a way, using just one key and not being near a dealership to make another backup key. Thinking about loosing this key is making me sick. Thanks
Phillips screw driver in the ignition system. Shouldn't void the warranty either

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