matt

Hotwire Cars

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What's the best way to do it? Or does it really just vary depending on the brand?

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its pretty much different on every car, iirc. dirtbikes and four wheelers is really simple though. WHY?

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uh, should we be talking about this? its a tad bit borderline illegal.

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no, its not illegal

the legality is situational, the same with all forms of hacking.

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well of coarse you would first have to disable the alarm

but on some older cars you can just py open the bottom of the ignition and connect the blu and red wires i belive

check the anarchy cookbook lol

it could be the black and the red

no cause black is ground

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Well, hotwiring most vehicles without the key is useless, seeing as they have very many anti-theft devices in them.

You be better off jsut winching it onto a trailer.

The number one problem youll run into will be the steering wheel be locked. This is pretty much standard on most vehicles.

Have a nice day, and stay legal!

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Yeah, check the Anarchist Cookbook 2k5 edition.

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Hot Wiring does not work for any newer model cars from 95/96 and up. As for using a screw driver it might still work with some cars, but definately not on a mercedez. As for getting in a car, I have seen many local "CHOP SHOP WORKERS" make there own tools with a clothing hangers and forming them into slim jims and stuff like that. I use to know a very good web site for stuff just like this but lost the URL. :blush:

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well making a slim jims easy

but it doesnt work on electric windows

they have this deal that slips under the window and grabs teh inside lick and pulls up

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That's where those leet glass cutting tools come in handy, cut out a hole really quick and unlock the doors. Silent :-)

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A guy form chicago once told me that you can take the ceramic portion of a spark plug and tie fishing line around it. Then place the other end of the wire in your teeth. You then twirl the ceramic end into the window, and supposedly it will break sound-free.

I relly doubt this works.... but its worth a try

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if you can get in just touch the black to the red(im not sure, don't remember) after splicing the hose that runs under the steering column. there's more than one so be careful heh. the screwdriver is used to unlock the steering wheel, you shove it in from the top right behind the wheel, and you have to unhook a pin like thing inside the steering column, just wiggle it like crazy, you won't break it don't worry. really man handle that sucker. i know that on cars like mercedes, possibly other euro cars too i'm not sure maybe, but the black and red are the ones to touch.

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you need to complete 2 circuts, 1 solid, 1 temp

1. provide power to the coil, this will make it run once you crank the engine and if you loose the connection the engine will die

2. provide power to the starter solenoid, this is where you can use the screwdriver to arc between the hot post on the starter solenoid(the one with the big fat red wire coming direct from the battery) and the other post that is connected to the ignition switch

I use a 3 foot wire with 3 aligator clips, two close to one end; attach lone clip to coil and one of the others to hot connection on starter, then other clip is close to other post on starter and easer to use, when engine starts I just clip this to the insulated wire and drive

Toyotas can not use the clips, you need blade connecters to hook up to starter solenoid, useful with older ones when wire harness looses too much voltage to spin starter, had two different Toys go this way and ended up installing a FORD solenoid which will fire with much less voltage

as for the ignition lock, old schoolers just use a slide hammer dent puller, screw it into the lock and slide the weight up the handle and use your screwdriver to rotate the switch

learned all this working at a junk yard, we always got cars without keys

never had to do this illegally, but had to do this often for the yard and on my own hacked vehicles which all started out as junkers

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A guy form chicago once told me that you can take the ceramic portion of a spark plug and tie fishing line around it. Then place the other end of the wire in your teeth. You then twirl the ceramic end into the window, and supposedly it will break sound-free.

I relly doubt this works.... but its worth a try

You can break the ceramic part of a spark plug into small rock-like pieces. Throw them at a window and they'll shatter the glass without any noise!

They're called "ninja rocks."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninja_rocks

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A guy form chicago once told me that you can take the ceramic portion of a spark plug and tie fishing line around it. Then place the other end of the wire in your teeth. You then twirl the ceramic end into the window, and supposedly it will break sound-free.

I relly doubt this works.... but its worth a try

You can break the ceramic part of a spark plug into small rock-like pieces. Throw them at a window and they'll shatter the glass without any noise!

They're called "ninja rocks."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninja_rocks

lol ninja rocks. Thats a good description.

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That's where those leet glass cutting tools come in handy, cut out a hole really quick and unlock the doors. Silent :-)

i hope this wasnt serious--glass doesnt work that way, period. For one, the glass in automotive applications is tempered or "safety glass" meaning they intentionally "stress" the glass during the anealling (slow cooling to prevent the formation of crystals) so if you were to score it and then tap it, it would shatter, completely. Second, if you score glass with a glass cutter, in a circle youre pretty much just going to break the pane.... glass doesnt work like that IRL, just in james bond land

blacklines

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That's where those leet glass cutting tools come in handy, cut out a hole really quick and unlock the doors. Silent :-)

i hope this wasnt serious--glass doesnt work that way, period. For one, the glass in automotive applications is tempered or "safety glass" meaning they intentionally "stress" the glass during the anealling (slow cooling to prevent the formation of crystals) so if you were to score it and then tap it, it would shatter, completely. Second, if you score glass with a glass cutter, in a circle youre pretty much just going to break the pane.... glass doesnt work like that IRL, just in james bond land

blacklines

true that holmes, It was on mythbusters the other day

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All 96 and older Toyotas and Hondas (I think, it's been a good while) can all be opened and operated with the key of any car that comes from the same manufacturer. I remeber in Mexico we would steal a couple of cars and joyride until they ran out of gas. :nono: (BTW, don't do that. I'm a very bad man.)

Also be on the lookout for bait cars that the police leave out for you to bust, so that they can bust you. Don't bust any nice looking cars out on a public parking lot. :nono:

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For older cars moweewowee wrote a very good guide, but the one thing people are forgetting is that on many newer passenger vehicles, you must also defeat the "key transponder." This is the fat top part on some keys at the top. These keys cost about $60 for a new one.

On these cars, unless you have the correct key, the engine will cut out in about 30 sec - I think it cuts off the fuel pump power.

However, as it has been seen with Speedpass (the system at Exxon which lets you buy gasoline by swiping a little black fob by the reader), this is a crackable system, in that you can spoof the tag in the key if you really want to.

Hope this helps.

-light

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