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Old 07-03-2018, 08:14 PM   #1
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Does anyone use an anti theft device or deterrent of some kind for their Ford F53 chassis?

If so what do you use?

Weve had a couple of motor homes on that chassis in my area that have been stolen in the last month.

Does anyone use an anti theft device or deterrent of some kind for their Ford F53 chassis?

If so what do you use?

Weve had a couple of motor homes on that chassis in my area that have been stolen in the last month.

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Does your unit have a fuse for the fuel pump?.....pull it..
Thanks, Ill look into that !! Could be the solution.
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Some people are putting in chassis battery disconnects in obscure places. It may take a little work with heavy gauge wire - but it's one way to at least slow the thieves down. Other options would be to put in a traditional car alarm with ignition interrupt. A lot of wiring would be involved but, again it could make stealing your RV more hassle as they aren't typically known to have alarms. If you store it for long periods of time just take the back end of the driveshaft off - it won't go anywhere unassisted. You could also put down your levelers and then pull the fuse so they can't be retracted. My only other suggestion is to have really good insurance with replacement coverage and let fate be fate. Don't keep anything irreplaceable inside and if someone takes off with your rig, it's time to go shopping.
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Pull the Fuel Pump or Starter Relays.
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