[DML] RE: Key duplicity
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[DML] RE: Key duplicity



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From: "robert parker" <roberthparker@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Key duplicity
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2006 20:28:02 +0000
  A question I have yet to find an answer for:  We know that "ordinary" cars 
have a few keys that fit scattered around the country (sometimes not so 
scattered), so what would be the estimate on more than one Delorean opening 
with the same key?  I have taken my key to several conventions and haven't 
found a match yet. Any knowledgable guesses?  I will probably take my key to 
Ireland again just to see......             Oh, yes; don't forget we have a 
buit-in theft deterent in out cars. The Inertia Switch.  I flip mine when I 
leave it for a period of time, or it's parked out in public.  Sometimes I 
forget to flip it back and the normally reliable car won't start. Silly me! 
The only other theft option, then, would be to drag it away. Noisy & time 
consuming. Doesn't prevent vandalism, though.       Drive Stainless  (Park 
Alertly)   Robert   VIN 6924






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