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This is a GPS unit I found in my car tracking me

I found this after my cigarette lighter quit working. So I pulled the fuse box and noticed two red wires that have not been there before. I traced them and found the gps, drove 300 miles and took it apart. the government is spies and you need to check your ride asap.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-3L0QQliLw



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That's worth a brand new $90 car battery and

a quick weekend getaway to an almost impossible to get to ledge somewhere in the grand canyon about 20 miles from any known road or trail or the exact peak of Mt Rainier or McKinley.

Lol

Picture the guy looking at that screen.

if its one place that has

if its one place that has accountability is the average dealership......no wait, they dont, and they shouldnt, especially now so, since people who do plan to "steal" the car will likely be looking for such a device, so what is the point of fighthing FOR their use, just leaves the average joe open to possible missuse

A choice, easy purchase or privacy rights

While I find it difficult to

believe that it was installed by any type of law enforcement or govt employee, who ever installed it needs to take a few automotive lessons. They wired that to two different fuses, lmao.

In reality though, it was probably the dealership who installed it in case he bailed on his payments, not that that is any better than the govt doing it.

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Could they have wired it to 2 different fuses

so that if one of the fuses blew, the GPS would still work?

Also, he states that the wires weren't there before, so if he is right, then they were put in after he purchased the car.

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It is a tracker.

Researching Geometries I came up with patent filed for an asset recovery system. I would think this is an invasion of privacy unless somewhere buried in your contract you agreed to this.

Would have been fun if one,

Would have been fun if one, once found would be transferred to a police car.

It is an automotive technician's worst nightmare.

While working for Pontiac I would find those all the time. They malfunction alot causing the fuel system of a car to disable in case you missed your payments. They are not tracking devices they just cause no starts and Most of the time people tell the bank to come get the car.

its for dealerships

so they can track the car incase the you bail on the lease or payments.

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Apparently intended to be found...

Not exactly hidden, there in the fuse box.

Either a previous owner put it there as per the comment on youtube, or the illuminati shapeshifters want you to know that they know that you know that they know that you know about their plans to immamentize the eschaton.

Or maybe it grew there through spontaneous electrokinesthetics, who knows?

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Damn reptilians is what it

Damn reptilians is what it is.

More likely the father of a girlfriend put it there...

... or the guy's mom.

I don't think the feds use such easily discoverable methods... nor do I think they would care that much about one miscellaneous dude.

Or mebbe the girlfriend

:P

Like the comment, was it

Like the comment, was it installed by the bank maybe?

Anyone with a car that has OnStar or even a smartphone pretty much has the same kind of GPS to track them at any given time...

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BS

You really think they would use something they need to wire for power?

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of course they need power source. batteries wont fly.

Of course you have to wire into a power source...

Don't you watch Burn Notice???

Not to defend the content of the post - I'm still checking it out. But a power source is just spying 101...

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+1 for "don't you watch Burn

+1 for "don't you watch Burn Notice???"

Best show ever :)

Well since batteries die...YES!!!

Have you ever considered the implications of batteries needing to be replaced?

ummm....nuclear powered batteries are not that common last I checked. WTF!

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Is this your car?

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no

It's just a silly video I found on youtube to get people to think how easy spying has become these days.

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