There is a device called pass time its a car shut off device that when someone doesn't pay there car payment ontime the dealer can shut off thier car remotely i just need to know how to install it
Let emissionwiz know that NO one was pulling your leg! He's been in the new car business 30 years and this system has been around 25 years in one way or another. New vehicles can be shut down as well!! Any vehicle that has G.P.S. which is included in ALL of the following: OnStar, TripMaster, PeopleNet, AtRoad, & QualComm can be shut down from ANY computer or phone call in the WORLD! To a point this eliminates Repo people from chasing down cars, but not totally. All of these systems work off satellitesThe company or provider that has the authority can do whatever they deem necessary to get their point across. Like with people who don't pay their carnote. I'm a Transportation Manager as was a driver so I know the tricks. OnStar can not unlock or locate most vehicles that are in garages or too close to buildings. The same is true with PASS TECH / Ignition Interlocking Device (I.I.D.). Sooner or later you have to bring the vehicle out of the garage and that's when the sut down will happen. As a driver others & myself would want to disappear off the map and this is what we did & it works. Take some ALUMINUM FOIL and wrap it around the device or receiver so it can't get a signal!! The same principle works for the anti-theft devices in stores. This is not intended for anyone to do wrong or break the law, just showing how the concept works. If the company sees that the car has not shut down after they have attempted to shut it down, they will send a live REPO person to track you down and get their property back!!! The best to to do is pay your note!! I know that's may be hard to do right now the way the economy is. Better yet just return the vehicle and avoid the headache. Be honest with the lend holder! Hopes this helps in a good & honest way.
Nov 18, 2008 |
1993 Ford Festiva