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Old 09-26-2013, 11:30 PM   #15
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Old 09-26-2013, 11:59 PM   #16
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It's the keys to the special hideaway compartment for storing gonj.

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Old 09-27-2013, 12:05 AM   #17
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Looks like the remote for the "flux capacitor".
By golly, I think you are right
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Old 09-27-2013, 04:02 AM   #18
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Key Codes if you lose your keys you can get new ones. Based on seeing a long set of numbers on one.
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My guess is that the previous owners put those on the key. Their thought was that someday they would get to read about them on iRV2. Just thinking?
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I'm going with key codes so the Mfg can duplicate a set if they are lost. Of course it is not going to help if you loose them with the keys.

When you open up that "flux capacitor" (always wanted to know what one looked like) you may find little people with little pieces of paper that have an address on them.

Hold one in your hand, click your heels three times and see if you end up in Kansas.

Oh heck! I don't know.
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After taking one apart, my best guess is a remote for a garage door or gate.
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Wow wish I had jumped in earlier. They are experimental one of a kind computerized esocontral nutralizers. Designed to render your allison transmission useless by melting the internal control valve.
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Wow wish I had jumped in earlier. They are experimental one of a kind computerized esocontral nutralizers. Designed to render your allison transmission useless by melting the internal control valve.
Activated by dissasembling.

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John, if they're some sort of transmitter look on the circuit board inside for an FCC ID number that is printed on front or back. Using that number you could google the ID and see what manufacturers come up associated with that FCC number... that might help you figure out what those things are.
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This should be a match for the key dongles. If so, they are part of a battery isolation system. Useless on its own.
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The dongles are remote switches for a battery isolation system www.batterybrain.com
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The dongles are remote switches for a battery isolation system batterybrain.com
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Thanks, I wish the link went someplace useful....it seems that it has been hijacked.
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Thanks, I wish the link went someplace useful....it seems that it has been hijacked.
It wasn't hijacked. The original owners didn't pay the bill and the domain name changed hands, the new owners just have a bunch of ad links on the site.
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