I heard(not sure if it is true) that with those watches that you can use as
a remote control,
they can "catch" the frequency and they can use it to open your car.
The closer you are to your car , the less change they have to do that.
Folks were not talking criminal mastermind car thief defense here... all I'm
asking if where the antenna is for the keyless entry (if anyone really knows
and isn't guessing... I could guess too) And if you people must know before
I can get a straight answer I live in a 2 story building... the driveway is
right by my room... I cannot remote start my car from my room I have to go
to a window and do it... I don't think 5 feet is the normal operating
distance of the keyless entry system... perhaps the antenna wire is
misrouted or is folded somewhere... anyway all I am asking is does anyone
know where the damn thing is???
Yes I know I'm ranting but I just got my computer on after 26 hours of no
power with temperatures in the high 90's.
"John Tante" <jts> wrote in message
smartass <grin>...seriously they still don't know what caused the MASSIVE
blackout so please treat him a little more tenderly.
Just glad they're getting their power back as I work for toll-free directory
and it was busy as all get out Thursday and Friday.
Canada and the US were involved - upwards of 10 million people at least I
heard...But as far as range of the key I've been told several things and that
the best thing was to aim it at the radio antenna to open it...personally I
haven't figured it out either.
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