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    Posted: 23 Aug 15 at 10:26
Had my van stolen on 16/08/2015 reg AV10 HLH White LWB ford transit ladders on the back door 2 ladders on roof sign written GRS ONEvboth sides and back door, anybody spots this van let me know, or knows who nicked it, reward offered. 07950391485
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Alonline Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Aug 15 at 07:27
How did they get round the immobiliser?
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They use a electronic device that goes into the brain
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Originally posted by Simon61 Simon61 wrote:

They use a electronic device that goes into the brain

Yip, i was looking at tr├ínsits before i bought the T3 and was put off by the amount of them getting nicked, you can buy a 25 quid tibbe lock pick off ebay or amazon, use that to gain access to the cab and to disable steering lock and get ignitionon, then you plug in a device to the OBD2 port and "program" a new key into it and hey presto, all your tools and van gone in less than a minute Cry
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