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Old 05-25-2004, 01:07 PM   #1
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INT : Hidden Engine Immobilizer

http://www.autospeed.com/cms/A_0059/...popularArticle

That's best I can do The pictures and layout of that site are better than having me cut and paste. Obviously, I didn't write that. I haven't even done it (yet... Mikey, help me electronics wizard! ) In fact, I didn't even find it. Icedplaya123 showed it to me. I'm just soaking up the glory of others


The basic gist of it is:
You can cut off your ignition with a button. Easy enough. A little flashing light says "hey, I won't run". Turning it back on is the trcky part (good thing!)
You have a magnetic reed switch that you can activate with a magnet... In this case, hidden in the case of a dead alarm casing. Without a magnet, and knowledge of where the switch is, you can't start your car (an no one else can either). Seems pretty awesome to me!

I plan on doing it as soon as I have time, so I'll be sure to post pics and do a writeup. If anyone else does it, or has done it, let us know!
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Old 05-25-2004, 01:32 PM   #2
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ive seen that page before, thats a pretty cool way to do it. ill help you out with it tho, its not gonna be hard to set up

theres a setup that im going to be doing similar to that idea... but its not going to be just a magnet, its going to be a unique ID tag. car wont start withouot my specific keychain hehe
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Old 05-25-2004, 06:45 PM   #3
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Oh my lord!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

If my gauges are sticking the way i thought it was earlier today, im going to do this while im in their soon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This shits crazy
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Old 05-25-2004, 07:44 PM   #4
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thats pimp as fuck!!! ne idea on how much the parts cost??
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Old 05-25-2004, 07:50 PM   #5
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o ya also wat circut to break in the CB7?? some one plezzz do and post more detailed for the CB7
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Old 05-26-2004, 04:44 PM   #6
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Thanks for posting the link mike lol, now ur gonna have to help me do it to my car whenever you get yours done, only if its not too hard and not alot of work is involved
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Old 05-26-2004, 05:31 PM   #7
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Good mod to do. Someone tried to break into my car last week. They tried jamming a screwdriver into my driver's side key hole. Too bad neither of my keyholes open the door. Even my keys (which are the correct ones) won't open it. The lock tumblers are jammed somehow. Even if someone does get in, I got that lock that goes on the clutch. I don't have anything worthy of being stolen in my car any ways.




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Old 11-14-2006, 03:39 AM   #8
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i am resurecting this thread, because i had never seen it before and i think it is very cool. i plan on doing this (among several other things) next summer. i suspecct you could do this same thing for your door locks if you had keyless entry. you could even use it to unlock the door just with a magnet and no key hole (if you had power locks). this would run the risk of someone with a random magnet getting into your car, but only if it was in an obvious place. if placed in the rear quarter panel or somewhere you pass by on the way to the driver's seat, this would be completely awesome. i might do that too.
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Old 11-15-2006, 11:07 AM   #9
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well.. this is exactly the same shyt as a kill switch. just more fancy and sum1 will not noticed u flickin a switch on.. more of a sealth mode.. but back den i use to steal cars sometimes some kid would install more than 2 kill switch and i was sittin in the car for 10 mins i got angry cuz i couldnt crank the car. i said fuk it. i got out the car when the coast was clear and open the hood and run a positive wire from the battery to the starter wire and boom the car start and was running. piece of cake. so instead of the starter wire.. connect this to the ignition wires. the only way they could take this is if they run a wire from the power on the ignition to the fuse box to turn the ignition on the hard way. i meant anything is possible. the greatest trick would be a kill switch on the fuel pump. cuz the fuel pump cant stay pumpin gas the whole time. i believe it'll soak the engine with fuel. i know this because back den gas price was high couple summer ago and the line was soooo long so i would look for a full tank gas take the car and plug my own fuel line into the gas pump and run it into my gas tank and hotwire the gas pump with the rear brake light and hold the brake down to keep the gas pumpin. i just wanna say anything could be gotten to. to protect ur car all you gotta do is prevent those things from being reachable. and ur more safer. just wanna give everybody a head up dont want people getting their hopes up.
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Old 11-15-2006, 11:27 AM   #10
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i am resurecting this thread, because i had never seen it before and i think it is very cool. i plan on doing this (among several other things) next summer. i suspecct you could do this same thing for your door locks if you had keyless entry. you could even use it to unlock the door just with a magnet and no key hole (if you had power locks). this would run the risk of someone with a random magnet getting into your car, but only if it was in an obvious place. if placed in the rear quarter panel or somewhere you pass by on the way to the driver's seat, this would be completely awesome. i might do that too.
:-/ .. this would be cool. but then this is sumthing you should keep to urself. but honda made key and door lock for reason. a magnet is not the right stuff to use. look.. if u want to be cool and have sumthing like this. i suggest u pullin out the ignition box and the key off the brand new lexus or a cadillac. when ur within range from the car in order for u to start the car hold the brake down and press the "start engine" button and the car start. u dont have to enter any keys anywhere but carry the transmitter. walk away from the car the vehicle will shut down. this is very good. with this u could seriously weld ur whole dashboard shut and not worry about anything. this will make stealin a car very difficult. but then the sad part is in the engine bay. there's a wire that runs to the interior fusebox that stay close. i forgot which wires cuz i never had to use this. but if the ignition wire is cut or anything u could power the whole thing without touchin the ignition wire similiar like starting the starter from the engine. if u power this one wire. it'll power the interior fuse box and turn on the ignition. sorta like a second switch to ignition besides the key cylinder. but locate in the engine bay. basically what i'm saying is you could start ur car from the engine bay and never got inside the car. once that's complete they could just go inside ur car and pop the steering wheel and be on their way. scary isnt it? the kill switch on the gas pump still holds the power. as far as clubs on the steering wheel or clutch or brake or gas. there's a metal cutter machine that i was using to cut my automatic pedal so it can make room for the clutch pedal.. that machine. from the theif car could plug into the cigg lighter in their car with some sorta adapter similar like the laptop plug into the cigg. this red box i dunno what it's called. but yes. u can plug anything that use the house power into that box and it convert into the cigg lighter. with an extention cord to that metal cutting machine. gets into your vehicle. depending on the teeth of the machine. they can cut ur club 5 second or less. no matter where u put it it can be cut quickly it'll make alot of spark yes. but for 5 second? if ur hidden or maybe use the sun shade on the windshield u could be more sealth to quickly cut the club. so if they want ur car that club is nuthing. just want everybody to know. i aint tryin to impress anybody or anything just want people to know there are ways.
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Old 11-15-2006, 03:32 PM   #11
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defjamon22z is right. i got my car stolen twice in one week when i was going to school in phoenix. so i decided to put an alarm, 2 ignition kill switches and a fuel pump cut off switch. and then i met some dudes that stole cars for a living and i let them try to take it and they couldnt!!!! they tried push starting, jumping wires and they couldnt get it started. but if they really wanted it that bad they would of just towed it he said. so if possible just park it in your garage and if u take it somewere just be careful were u park at.
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Old 11-15-2006, 05:53 PM   #12
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sad shit to say but thiefs are some of the smartest people around (some of them) cause if theres a will theres a way thats why they call it "theft deterent" you can only hope the car next to you is easier to steal lol
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Old 09-20-2007, 02:13 PM   #13
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Mikey, we should still do this sometime... though with the luck we've been having lately, there's no threat of our cars getting stolen! (well, you may have fixed your problems... mine is still immobile)
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Old 09-21-2007, 11:30 AM   #14
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i dont know if this was brought up or not in the discussion, since there are some huge replies, but how about applying this ingition kill switch with a fuel pump kill switch that will only be avtivated once an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chip is passed by a specific area (similar to passing a magnet, but an RFID is one of a kind) prior to startup, this way, anyone who wants to steel ur car has to have your RFID, and know where each switch is or if they're very clever, they'll come with a tool kit, supplies and take a good heat packed hour or two to get it started lol.

If anyone here has a car that originally came with A/C that doesnt work anymore, a good trick is to make the A/C button a kill switch of some sort. Also, another possible kill switch is the ECU.

My dad always tells me the best way to protect your stuff is to THINK LIKE A THIEF.


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i dont know if this was brought up or not in the discussion, since there are some huge replies, but how about applying this ingition kill switch with a fuel pump kill switch that will only be avtivated once an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) chip is passed by a specific area (similar to passing a magnet, but an RFID is one of a kind) prior to startup, this way, anyone who wants to steel ur car has to have your RFID, and know where each switch is or if they're very clever, they'll come with a tool kit, supplies and take a good heat packed hour or two to get it started lol.

If anyone here has a car that originally came with A/C that doesnt work anymore, a good trick is to make the A/C button a kill switch of some sort. Also, another possible kill switch is the ECU.

My dad always tells me the best way to protect your stuff is to THINK LIKE A THIEF.


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i have a mini RFID kit with 2 keychain FOBs, ready for install
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Old 10-13-2007, 04:58 PM   #16
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OMG I want something like this....has anyone did this yet???
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Old 10-14-2007, 09:35 PM   #17
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i got something like this in my cb...i have a complete engine immobilizer that i can just hit the button when i get in the car and it gives the ecu juice, and when i either need to clear codes or dont want anyone starting my car lol i push it and no matter how long you sit there cranking the engine wont start bc the ecu isnt on...works awesome
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Ive seen the ones with specific key fobs needed to start it.

On the subject of cut-offs, mike, how difficult would it be to set up a tail light cut-oof, like what cops have?? It seems like it would be easy, but im not sure....

BTW - My dad had a device that used a magnet and when he placed a magnet on this nail that he ahd protruding from the dash, it cut-off the speedo. He saved miles that way, and to see his speed, all he had to was remove the magnet for a sec and put it back on. Pretty cool, if you ask me.
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Sorry for the thread revival, but i went ahead and made 40 of these complete kits.
About 15 were installed

I ran into a issue with the wiring of this:
the fused 12v+ was not mentioned to be a live feed, but in the case of the diagram, in order for the LED to flash, it needs to be live.
The problem with it being live, if the car is not a daily driven car, the battery will slowly drain overtime (give or take, anywhere from 2-7 days)

My fix was to not use the LED, but it still kept draining regardless of the coil being pulled in the relay or not

With this kill switch, i recommend losing remote start

The fix:
Do not use the toggle switch, instead wire it directly to earth
Do not use the fused 12v+ directly to battery, but to the kick panel where power is only supplied when key is in ignition

Doing so will break the circuit (auto arm)
Every time key is in the on position, power is supplied to the relay, then you have to toggle the reed switch before turning on the car.

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Sweet! I didn't know anyone had actually gone through with this!
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