Question about 2000 Audi A4
I had a similar problem, So I finally just quit locking the car. As long as I didn't leave anything of value in plain sight, I thought, what's the point of locking the doors. If a thief wants to get in your car, a locked door isn't going to stop him. He'll just break a window and get in anyway. So, I figure at least I wont have to replace a broken window if I just leave the doors unlocked. Plus, on most modern cars, if a thief tries to circumvent the ignition system to steal the car, the antitheft feature built into the car's computer will disable the engine so it won't start.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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