How to Start a Car without a Key?

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The only recommended way to start a car without a key is if the vehicle is pre-wired for keyless use by design. If not and the car is not yours, it's called grand theft auto. While one might find the computer game fun, actually getting charged is not.
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To start a car without a key you can use a remote car starter if your car has one. Otherwise, there are road side assistance services that may be able to help you. If the car you're trying to start is not your car- you do not need to even be getting into the vehicle and can be prosecuted for even trying.
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To start a car without a key you will need a remote starter installed into the ignition. Push the start button on your wireless remote to start the car.
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1. Break open the steering lock. This is assuming, of course, you have not locked the car doors. Use a crowbar and turn the steering wheel. Work the old casing back and forth until
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Hot wire. although I don't know how. You're supposed to do friction on two purposely cut wires in your car. well if is YOUR car install a remote starter! if not then you have to brake
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Open hood & find the starter solenoid, take a screw drive & touch the screw
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To start a car without a key you will need a remote starter installed into the ignition. Push the start button on your wireless remote to start the car. ...
To start a car without a key you will need a remote starter installed into the ignition. Push the start button on your wireless remote to start the car. ...
To start a car without a key you will need a remote starter installed into the ignition. Push the start button on your wireless remote to start the car. ...
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