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Old 06-13-2019, 08:47 PM
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I wonder if the ease of stealing 90's GM vehicles is why those ones were taken.
During the 90's, it was fairly well known that a GM product ignition could be accessed by breaking the collar of the column and from there there was just a slide switch of sorts that you put a screwdriver on and pull forward to emulate the key being turned. The columns were easy to break and not alot to protect them from theft.
Note....I did towing for an auto body and saw these frequently., I was not a car thief
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That exact thing happened to my sisters car. They broke the collar and away they went. She did get the car back luckily.
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One year I hid an inactive phone in the Chevelle that I fully charged. I took pictures of the serial number on it, in case I needed the local authorities to ping it.

Recently, I keep an active phone hidden in my car. Probably not the best security but at least it’s something.

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Anyone have lojack? Website talks about dealer install but not interested in trailering car an hour for that. I emailed to see if I can do it myself
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Bill, I work with a representative from Lojack. I believe they will come to you for the install. I can get a definite answer for you if you like.

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One of the cars had it' steering wheel removed, but was still taken...…. A tow truck was probably involved....
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Or a set of Vicegrips.
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