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Discussion in 'General Vehicle Chat' started by Joehough, Mar 9, 2019.

  1. Joehough

    Joehough Paid Member Paid Member

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    I am a bit worried about leaving my baby parked in public places and thinking about an immobiliser and maybe armour plates for the doors. What do other members do/use?
     
  2. Joehough

    Joehough Paid Member Paid Member

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    Or could I just put a hidden switch in low tension coil wire?
     
  3. Tristan Forum Junkie

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    Hidden switch I reckon. And a flashing LED an alarm one .
     
  4. rubjonny

    rubjonny Administrator Admin

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    what I used to do if area looked a bit dodgy was pull the fuel relay and put it in me pocket
     
  5. costel1969 Paid Member Paid Member

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    All of the above to be honest - the armour plates are easy to install, the coil switch would not go astray and I used to pull a fuse to the pump rather than the relay but either way should keep the SOB’s away from the Mk2
     
  6. pigbladder Forum Addict

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    diskloks are a nice visual deterent , hopefully save them breaking in
     
  7. Simon Peter Dodgson Forum Member

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    I see a lot of new mustang owners opt for the steering wheel disk lock My mot guy has a mk1 capri and he swears by it
     
  8. dragonfly

    dragonfly Paid Member Paid Member

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    Another vote for a disklok. Great visual deterrent.
     
  9. SuperTurbo1986 New Member

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    Fit a kill switch in the gear gaiter that is to the fuel pump it will turn over but there wont be any pressure to send fuel to the engine from the tank,
    but if thats not your thing then just pull the relay out.

    Hope this helped
     
  10. Simon Peter Dodgson Forum Member

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    How did you fit a kill switch in the gear gaiter? Intrigued and access to it?
     
  11. oldnick

    oldnick Paid Member Paid Member

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    I guess he means fit a switch under the gaiter that you can't see but can operate if you know it's there.
     
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    Spot On thats what i meant cheers
     

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