Question about GPS
This will depend on a lot of things regarding how it was installed. However, the most likely and easiest way that will probably work is to look for the power supply. If it's just mounted on the dash or something, it will probably be a simple case o pulling out the plug. Of course, it's far more likely that it's attached to the cars power supply proper. So, pop the bonnet, and have a look around. Check close to the battery (lazy mans intallation) or close to the vans electronics equipment, which on a car is usually near the firewall. Somewhere there, you should be able to see either the tracker or it's power connection, which will look different to the Vans power work (if not just newer). Then, it should be a simple case of pulling it out at one end or somewhere in the middle. Of course, fiddling with your vans power circuits is very dangerous, both for you and for the van. And if you do turn it off, it will be quite obvious to your company, too, so you should be careful. Of course, don't come back to me if you've broken it, your van or yourself. You asked the question, and I've never seen the thing, so be careful with what you do. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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