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Old 12-07-2015, 06:20 PM   #1
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Added security/Kill switch

Looking for some added security for my 04 mustang GT possibly a kill switch. any suggests?
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Wire a toggle switch into the clutch safety switch. Real easy and quick. Tuck the switch up under knee bolster, and done. Costs almost nothing, and anyone can do it.
(assuming its a 5 speed)
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If you wanna spend some money on security system that yelps Viper has been pretty good to us over the years.
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Wire a toggle switch into the clutch safety switch. Real easy and quick. Tuck the switch up under knee bolster, and done. Costs almost nothing, and anyone can do it.
(assuming its a 5 speed)

^This is a great idea.


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There's always the impact switch in the trunk until he gets a real one wired in...
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Car alarms have never stopped a theft. Ever. Kill switch maybe better. Just buy an onstar mirror.

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Could always remove the driver's airbag and install a quick disconnect steering wheel lol.


But if someone really REALLY wants the car they'll do whatever it takes. Only way to really stop that is to only drive back and forth to a secure location and garage it at night and own a few dogs and a gun.
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Could always remove the driver's airbag and install a quick disconnect steering wheel lol.


But if someone really REALLY wants the car they'll do whatever it takes. Only way to really stop that is to only drive back and forth to a secure location and garage it at night and own a few dogs and a gun.

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I'll suggest to interrupt the starter circuit...this way if you have a failure it won't disable the car while in motion...then decide if you want to use a momentary switch which will be self-arming or a maintained switch which is easy to leave bypassed for when you have your car serviced.

I disagree with Vet's use of never....they can stop junkies but nothing stops the pros.
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