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yaxman
 


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until you accidentally tazer yourself as you're driving down the road Rolling with laughter
  
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Now that would be shocking. Snigger
 

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Electrifying Rolling Eyes
   
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I like this idea. Thumbs Up

It's a shame you couldn't supply a reasonable voltage through a dummy port to fry their equipment.

Must remember to switch back for the next service though.

Lee
  
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yaxman wrote:
or just break into a few of the wires and put switches in.

I used to do this 30 years ago on my Capri. How things have moved in in car security Rolling with laughter
  
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Laughing Thumbs Up
  
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lee157 wrote:
I like this idea. Thumbs Up

It's a shame you couldn't supply a reasonable voltage through a dummy port to fry their equipment.

Must remember to switch back for the next service though.

Lee


Yeah, I also thought with some amusement of the look of surprise on the LR Tech's face when they plug into a dummy unconnected port, or a tazer port - but then the thought of them billing you for the wasted time in LR rates and damaged kit, I'm sure we would remember to warn them Laughing
  
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Could some form of plate be made/designed which uses the dash screws to blank direct access off?
  
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Discoveringcomfort
 


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sean 471 wrote:
yaxman wrote:
or just break into a few of the wires and put switches in.

I used to do this 30 years ago on my Capri. How things have moved in in car security Rolling with laughter


Funny so did I in mime about the same time!!
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Even 12 volts unregulated down the right pins will probably fry the gear they plug in..
  
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tayaste wrote:
Right so we need to unclip the obd, fit a dummy with 12000v.
Need a supplier now Thumbs Up


a portable teaser
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tayaste wrote:
Right so we need to unclip the obd, fit a dummy with 12000v.
Need a supplier now Thumbs Up


a portable teaser




Sounds even better than a portable taser!
  
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