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I hope you guys in the US can see this...

 

Theres a really weird remote locking trick that actually works... Ive done it myself and its kinda weird.. Try it :)... Check this ( I will post two versions of the same video in the hopes you can see one of them). If not let me know and I will explain it.

 

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If not let me know and I will explain it.

 

 

 

I haven't tried it myself,, nor will I.

 

But I expect your body becomes part of the antenna tx or rx part to increase the range.

 

And if that's the case,,, you can hold it anywhere on your body not just your head.

 

 

Tell me if I'm wrong...

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I learned that trick in 1990. Had a new Ford Ranger.

We did it under the chin with mouth open. [scared]

It definitely works.

 

 

Lol,, that's awesome bro.

 

In my defense we(wife and I) just bought(3 or 4 months ago) our first vehicle(used of course) that had a remote start... lol

I am so way behind the times it's not even funny.. lol

Never had a remote start before.

 

 

 

Hey!!! you know what? ,the first dvd player I ever bought in my life cost me 30 bucks??? lol..

 

I remember when people were paying 500 bucks for those things...baaaahhahahahhaahha..

That's how long I waited before I bought one. I was probably the last, first world person, to buy one.lol

I just don't care.

 

ya,, I work in technology and in my job I am working on the bleeding edge of tech,,, but in my

private life,,, I don't care one iota about tech,,, lol... oh the irony...

 

 

ya so I had a couple of wines,, sue me

 

eff ya'll.... lol

 

[flapper][lol]

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Holy EMF or EMR with that trick Batman!! I don't even like to use my cell phone off spk phone next to my head. Have had 2 friends, both were heavy cell phone users, get brain tumors and are gone. I'm sure the EMF from a keyless entry must be pretty low but I've never measured one. I'll try my Buick remote today to see if it works for me. Most of the time I can't get the thing to lock up when I'm in the house. My Dodge Rambo will almost lock/unlock down the street.

 

Asterl

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A friend of mine from back when I was at school used to have a VW golf. We found that for some reason we could lock and unlock his car by pressing the remote to a phone that was connected to someone next to his car. No idea how that worked though

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A friend of mine from back when I was at school used to have a VW golf. We found that for some reason we could lock and unlock his car by pressing the remote to a phone that was connected to someone next to his car. No idea how that worked though

 

My mom once locked her keys (and remote) in her car. She called my dad (at home) and he had the spare key and remote. He held it up to the phone and pressed the unlock button, and many miles away, her car unlocked next to her. Crazy stuff.

 

-Ryan

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A friend of mine from back when I was at school used to have a VW golf. We found that for some reason we could lock and unlock his car by pressing the remote to a phone that was connected to someone next to his car. No idea how that worked though

 

 

My mom once locked her keys (and remote) in her car. She called my dad (at home) and he had the spare key and remote. He held it up to the phone and pressed the unlock button, and many miles away, her car unlocked next to her. Crazy stuff.

 

-Ryan

 

 

Seriously??

 

I would have to see that one myself to believe it.

 

Any remote that I know of uses RF(radio frequency) to transmit.

Cell phones cannot pick up RF and send it. Cell phones pick up audio frequency.

 

I don't know of any remotes that use an audible signal. As far as I know they are all RF.

 

I really have a hard time believing that one.

 

If it does work,, please explain.

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Lol,, that's awesome bro.

 

In my defense we(wife and I) just bought(3 or 4 months ago) our first vehicle(used of course) that had a remote start... lol

I am so way behind the times it's not even funny.. lol

Never had a remote start before.

 

 

 

Hey!!! you know what? ,the first dvd player I ever bought in my life cost me 30 bucks??? lol..

 

I remember when people were paying 500 bucks for those things...baaaahhahahahhaahha..

That's how long I waited before I bought one. I was probably the last, first world person, to buy one.lol

I just don't care.

 

ya,, I work in technology and in my job I am working on the bleeding edge of tech,,, but in my

private life,,, I don't care one iota about tech,,, lol... oh the irony...

 

 

ya so I had a couple of wines,, sue me

 

eff ya'll.... lol

 

[flapper][lol]

 

don't consider yourself a luddite, neither MrsB. nor myself have ever had a remote start vehicle either....hell, her Durango has to be opened w/a key because the remote buttons fell out of said key, and neither of us are bothered by that, as it was purchased special order by the first owner for the "Ram Power" Magnum V8 engine/tranny package, not the bells and whistles.

we decided 15 or so years ago that we'd both drive the best used vehicles we could pay cash for, and upgrade every few years (using part of my annual "profit-share" from work on years we upgrade), to avoid either having vehicle payments or risking losing our vehicles should I ever become unemployed.

 

we still don't have a "dedicated" CD player for our home as we use either the computer or an "all in one" cd/casette/8-trac/am-fm unit with both sets of Pioneer "Twin-Towers" hooked to speaker out for music.

 

my cell isn't even a "smart" phone, is 8 yrs old and still uses the origional battery.

 

I even still carry a pocketknife, and bandanna kerchief daily "just in case someone needs it".

 

I was a Boy Scout and an Adult leader as well....and much of that training has stuck w/me for life.

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I once met a woman that could drive properly and didn't like shoes. Her name was Harold, which seemed odd. What an amazing world.

 

 

No idea what that meant, but I did laugh when I read this. [thumbup]

 

Just thought I would mention this..

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Our guitarist uses a wireless and often walks around the room during solos. Sometimes his rides are a little behind the band if he's at the back of the room. Using the key-less entry theory - If he were to play with the guitar behind his head, would he be in time? msp_biggrin.gif

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