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How to block or scramble a gps tracker

Do you have any simple ways to block or scramble a gps tracker in a van.

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  • adiemodo Oct 30, 2008

    i think my boss had fitted a tracker i dont mind being tracked i have nothing to hide it just would of been nice if he said .want to block it to make him own up to it being block.only want a temp block

  • ctrod Nov 07, 2008

    a local gang has a tracker on my vehical. they have been following me around. I have confirmed the transmission with a low grade rf detector. Its somewhere on the passenger side front. I have filed a police report but i cant find anyone in town who can remove this device.

    Can anyone help me...
    I am partially disabled and probably in danger, only my realationship with God has kept me.

    my email is christianthought@gmail.com

    if you know of a method or a product that really works


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Before I answer this I would have to know why you are trying to be elusive. Did you steal the van? Are you planning to? Are you going to drive it some place you dont want to be discovered?

GPS trackers are used for a reason. I dont want to help you disable it without first knowing why...

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

  • crnext Jan 07, 2009

    ctrod:
    I would recommend possibly trading the car in the next town, or the
    next state. What is to stop the gang members from placing one on your next car? You have to admit that this sounds a little far fetched. GPS trackers are not cheap! The cheapest I have seen to date is around $150. I can't say that any gang members would spend that kind of money to track you.


    adiemodo: You will first have to locate the antenna of the device. It most likely requires a direct view of the sky at all times. (catch my drift?) Obtain some heavy copper foil and wrinkle it up. Make sure it is grounded with common ground of the automobile... WRAP THE ANTENNA with the copper foil.

    Of course, you can always disconnect the antenna. It SURELY has a connector to facilitate removal for service/installation purposes.
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    the place of either the written law or regulations. Any action or procedure performed is done at the sole risk of the user. The provider(s) of the preceding information cannot and will not be held accountable for any violation of law, damage to property(ies), or personal dangers, or other inflicted harm. The provider(s) of this information strongly urge every recipient to seek professional assistance with the issues before attempting any of the suggestions or proceedures provided herein. In short: Provider(s) does (do) not recommend doing this yourself. GET HELP.



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