How vulnerable to car theft is the Saturn S-Series

Asked by Oct 14, 2012 at 05:45 PM about the 1997 Saturn S-Series

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How vulnerable to car theft is the Saturn S-Seies

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9,325

dude, google, or call your local police department, for a list of top 10 or so stolen cars, that is the only way to know for sure, the chances. geographically your odds differ....

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1,645

As vulnerable as you make it. Lock your doors and dont leave valuable crap out in plain sight.

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If the locks and ignition are worn you might be able to get in with a bump key, but this vulnerability is present on most cars without chipped keys. As Alex said, keep it inconspicuous, lock the doors, and don't leave a key in the ignition (This is big, because glass is much faster to break that an ignition), and you'll have a lower chance of having problems.

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9,325

if you are super paranoid, run an extra wire from the fuse with the fuel pump, to a toggle switch anywhere you wish, they cant steal it, if they cant start it...

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1,645

Kill switch, ftw.

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From what the police detective who is investigating the theft of our Saturn SL2, one of the easiest.....

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