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universal/master key help

Old 05-28-2008, 04:34 AM
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brownprofitz
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hey wats up everyone i have a 94 honda accord exr 2 door my car was recently stolen with a master key so no ignition damage or broken window so guess who insurance thought stole the car? thats right they said i stole the car myself anyways my question is does any1 know any ways i can prevent this from happening again without using an alarm...can i drill the locks or something or can i put in locks from a newer accord that has a chip in them? any idea's because regardless if i have an alarm or not someone can styll open my door open the trunk and steal my subs..thanx for reading hopefully your have some pointers and suggestions for me ?
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Old 05-28-2008, 04:59 AM
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if a thief wants your car, he will get it no matter what. all you can do is slow him down or hopefully make him move on to an easier target.

you can add things such as clubs, brake pedal locks, etc. for visuals. you can wire in hidden kill switches and things that must be triggered in order to start the car.

using all those options plus an alarm (which you don't want to do) would be your best bet. you can add all the security in the world, but nothing will be able to stop a thief with a truck and trailer from hauling your car away.

best of luck.
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