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whats up all. As most of you know my car was in a bad wreck about 3 months ago. Well..the good new is that i will have it back in a few days..Cant wait! but the bad new is that i am leaving for college 1 week after i get it. Sucks, i lose my car for 3 months, and when i finally get it back i have to go away to school. Anyhow, my school doesnt allow me to bring my car so im leaving it at home in my garage. But this is the thing, after the accident i dont trust anyone with my car and i dont want anyone in my family to drive it while im away. My ma hass a spare key so i cant take the keys with me. But is there anyway i can make my car undriveable. Like take out a fusse or somthing. I know it's wrong, but my teg is my baby and i dont want anything to happen to it. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanx
 

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you could take out the battery. or just disconnect the negative wire. thats probably the easiest thing.
 

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Just take the plug wires of the distributor and plugs and either put them somewhere safe where you'll remember them. The only way their gonna use you're car then is to go and buy some plug wires to fit youre car lol. Same thing as taking out the rotor, fat chance anyone in youre family is gonna go find the right part just to drive youre car.
 

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my PARENTS won't let me have my car my first year! I don't trust my mom cuz she likes to shift at 2k rpms! and I don't like to feel the motor shaking going up a hill like that... let alone just worry if she's doing it. My dad drives it ok i guess... but he takes his attention off the road too much. I'm the kinda person who parks in the boonies to stay away from all the traffic. I feel ya man. I think i'll just rip out my ecu while i'm gone.
 
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