Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
Car drives just can't get key out. Don't have spare key to lock when parked at work or at home.
A simple way to make your car secure without removing the key is ti run a wire from the positive side of the coil to a good quality toggle switch that you can mount in a discreet location (possibly somewhere easily accessable) then run a wire from the other side of the toggle switch to a metal surface ,and attache the wire with a small sheet metal screw, when you flip the switch to the on position it will ground out the coil thus preventing the engine from starting. Another way is to buy a battery cable with a switch already installed, but that is a real pain to turn on and off as you must open the hood of your vehicle to activate the switch
In my opinion the toggle switch is easy and cheap to do . It creates a theft proof system for very little money or work
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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