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I need to remove a Hendricks silent security system installed by my husband to follow me across the state. We are getting a divorce. Can you help me uninstall or find the box to get to the connection the cheapest way possible

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It should not be hard to find and uninstall a 3rd party security system. A Saturn dealer could do it because they would recognize something foreign to the standard car.
It could be in the engine compartment, trunk, under the dash, or under a seat.
My first guess would be in the engine compartment, because it would need to have an antenna outside the metal shell of the car, and that is also where convenient power would be.
It should be easy to identify by advertising labels as Hendricks.
But Hendricks would also be legally liable to simply stop tracking you if you prove car ownership.
The device does not work by itself.
Hendricks is relaying the information to your ex.
And you can just threaten them with large damages payment if they continue.
They will be happy to comply, and may even pay you for the box in the car.
All you need to do is contact Hendricks. But I was unable to find a good contact number for them.

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Hi!!

Security systems when activated, tend to cut your fuel pump and starter electrical power. If you mess with it, you may increase your problems.

Solution: Drive to an Autostereo/Alarm Shop and have them remove it. They will charge about $30 and take them 5 min. to do it. Well worth it! Don't you think so!!

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Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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