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I was was victim of an auto theft but my vehicle was recovered. My deck was almost stolen. The cable from the deck to the brain was cut .I tried numerous searches for the deck unit brain wire, but was told it was discontinued and I would have to replace the deck is that true or can you help me locate a wire for my deck ?

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My 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland, purchased in Melbourne Australia, has been stolen. Is it possible to disable it remotely using the vehicle's telematics?

I don't think so. Unless you have the remote controller for the vehicle's telematics.

If you had a theft recovery system like LoJack installed in the vehicle, contact the appropriate agency to track/recover your vehicle.

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Stop Car thieves

Car thieves want a quick, easy boost. So, making your vehicle harder to steal can increase the chances of your car still being there when you return from errands.
Here are some of the latest auto theft devices on the market.
Global Positioning Service (GPS) devices can help law enforcement locate your automobile if stolen. IDsticker, a low-cost tracking program, can help officials track down your car when other devices failed to help.
Car alarm systems will activate sirens, car lights or the car horn if someone tries to steal the car. Sometimes, these devices can be a headache-sounding off if someone simply bumps the vehicle-but, in the long run, they are worth it. Don't ever give alarm codes to a parking attendant. Experienced auto thieves may know how to disconnect this alarm, so consider investing in a back-up power supply.
Having a fuel switch on your vehicle will stop the supply of fuel, in case the car is stolen. Hidden kill switches can also prevent auto theft. The vehicle will not start unless a switch is turned on. A Master Lock product called Starter Sentry is recommended in the kill switch category for auto theft safety. Check your car warranty before installing one of the gadgets; it may nullify the warranty.
Listed below are some auto theft tips that will make a car thief's job much more difficult.
• Never leave the keys in an unlocked car. This is an open and easy invitation to a passerby thief. Always lock the car and make sure all the windows are rolled completely up.
• Attended parking lots, or lots busy with people coming and going, are a turn-off for car thieves. If you must leave keys with an attendant, check the contents of the car before leaving to make sure nothing is missing.
• Park your car in a well-lit area at night.
• Leaving a back-up key in a magnetic box somewhere under the car is not a good idea. If the thief has enough time, they will probably find it.
• Don't ever leave the car running while stopping at a convenience store, not even for just a second. It only takes a second for a thief to hop in the driver's seat and steal your car with any valuables still inside-children included. Some drivers leave their cars running to warm up on cold mornings. Sometimes, they go back outside to an empty driveway.
• Home garages can be a deterrent to a car thief. Lock the car doors and the garage door--anything that makes a vehicle harder to access is worth the trouble and time.
• When leaving a parked car, don't leave valuables such as medicines or laptop computers in plain sight. These attractions are simply too hard for the car thief to resist.
• Never leave the automobile's registration or title inside the car-put them in your purse, wallet or brief case. If the car is stolen, it can easily be sold or junked with no problem.
Consider researching some of the auto theft devices available to prevent your vehicle from being stolen. The auto theft tips listed in this article may also slow down the burglary process. It is recommended that you try using a few of these methods combined to deter the auto thief.

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My id was stolen since 2014 then that person open an account with you at vodacom under my name so i need to clear my name because now m blacklisted for something that i dont know of, please help me

Sorry to hear this. I found this info a A 12-point checklist for victims of identity theft

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Hope this helps and good luck!

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Car stolen last night. any way for the car to be tracked???

I read an article about how to find a stolen car there:
Besides filing a report to police, using GPS tracking system to track down your stolen vehicle, there are 5 ways you can have a try:

Way 1. Use Security Camera Systems to Find Your Stolen Car

With the increasing of security awareness, more and more people install security camera systems to prevent home break-ins. Hope you are one of them, because security camera systems are one of the best ways to find your stolen car and vehicle.

One of the most welcomed features of security camera systems is 24/7 continuous recording. If you park your car near your home, your security camera systems will record everything happening to your car. Check all of your home security cameras, especially the one in your garage. Nothing can escape security camera systems' "detective eyes". With the car thief's clear image, and his general escape route, the likelihood of finding your stolen car will significantly increase.

Moreover, you can ask for permission to check your community's security camera systems. If your car is stolen in your community, security camera systems will record the trace of your stolen car. A stolen Chevrolet Silverado car owner got his car back by checking a primary school's security camera systems. All in all, don't forget this effective way when your car is stolen.

Way 2. Call Every Cab Company When Your Car Is Stolen

Whatever the situation is, calling all the cab companies in the area where your car is stolen is definitely a good option to find your stolen car. Taxi drivers seriously outnumber police, thus increasing chances of finding your car. Besides, you should give enough reward, such as $100, to the taxi driver who finds your stolen car. Reward is an incentive to encourage more people to join your stolen vehicle search team, which increases the possibility of recovering your stolen car.

Way 3. Check the City's Transportation Website for Parking Violation

When your car was stolen, the car thief would park your car somewhere and then abandoned it. The car was ticketed and put into the parking violation database, which is available online apparently. You can check if your stolen vehicle is in this database and then go to the area where the violation takes place. After that, contact the police immediately, they will search your car and then release it to you if they find it.

Way 4. Check for Your Stolen Car's Parts Being Sold Online When Your Car Is Stolen

If your car has been parted out, finding who is selling those parts could lead you to recover your wheeled baby. You can use automated checking system, such as Craigslist checker, to track down your stolen vehicle. If you can identify parts from your stolen car, make sure that you contact the police before arranging any meeting with the seller. Car thieves are dangerous guys. Accompanied by the police, you can get your stolen car back more safely and smoothly.

Way 5. Find Your Car with VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)

A vehicle identification number (VIN) is a unique code used by vehicle industry to identify individual motor vehicles, towed vehicles, motorcycles, scooters, mopeds, etc. A car can be tracked through a vehicle identification number.
VIN not only helps you check if your car is stolen, but also plays an important role on recovering your stolen car. First, go toAutoCheck, and purchase vehicle history report. The cost of the report will be between $30 and $40.
Enter your vehicle identification number and credit card details on the vehicle history report search screen, and you will see a chronological history of the places where your car was registered, titled and serviced. The last known registration or service should be the most recent location of your stolen vehicle. Thus you can narrow down the search range when your car is stolen, and get your car back fast.


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I and I'm looking for a factory wiring harness for an eclipse AVN 726e. I have checked eBay and Amazon and can't seem to find one. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated!

You would need to contact the manufacturer directly in most cases and even then they often do not want to sell them as stolen decks often do not come with a cable and they are trying to reduce theft.

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How do I get the auto theft light on my 2002ford windstar to go off?

Make sure battery is strong and try leaving key in on position for 5 to 15 minutes. Then go to start. This works on many vehicles - but many are different. If chip key and theft module working leaving key on for several minutes is supposed to be long enough to tell system vehicle is not being stolen (not many thieves willing to sit in car waiting for 10 minutes). If chip key or key "reader" has failed you need dealer help.

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98 pontiac sunfire fuel pump wiring diagram theft system shuts off fuel pump after it starts

This has NOTHING to do with the fuel pump, and EVERYTHING to do with the security system. The problem is either in your key, ignition/lock cylinder, or TDM (theft deterrent module) AKA the "computer" or "brain". When the security doesnt read the key properly it goes into anti theft mode, The vehicle thinks its being stolen so it shuts off parts of the car. In your case the fuel or injectors. This is just a communication problem, the hard part is determining which part is failing. If it were my car, id just bypass the whole system. Check out this link. Tons of info, symptoms, and "DO IT YOURSELF" solutions. The answer to your problem IS on this site. Good luck

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I need the head unit for a kvt 915. or i got the wiring for it, for sale, wires and brain unit.

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