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Re: simple hidden kill switch Farmal H

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Tom Fleming

09-06-2013 17:29:15

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Well, someone already posted it, but the simple and easy way is to remove the coil wire/lead. a thief won't necessarily be carrying one of those, and it is not easily bypassed.

I had my F150 stolen at one point. They removed the ignition (easy to do on the 70's F150s). I was lucky and got it back a couple of days later. Insurance covered the "missing" parts and I was on the road again.

After that, I simply took the coil wire with me wherever I would park it. It was never stolen again. Not sure if anyone tried, but if someone did try, they were not successful.

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pete 23

09-06-2013 18:49:01

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 Re: simple hidden kill switch Farmal H in reply to Tom Fleming, 09-06-2013 17:29:15  
Thieves see the coil wire is missing and just pull one spark plug wire and use that for coil wire. My old boss always insisted we pull coil wires off the tractors in the lot so know how that worked.

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09-06-2013 20:31:40

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 Re: simple hidden kill switch Farmal H in reply to pete 23, 09-06-2013 18:49:01  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Can you pull it out so it looks connected, but will really not fire?

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