This instructable will show how to remove a GPS Disabler from your vehicle.
Warning: If your car is under lien, the lienholder may flip out when you disable the GPS. That is their protection to make you pay your bills or take your car if you default.
Screw drivers to remove the trim under dash.
Step 1: Locate device
We were notified when we signed the contract that there was a device present somewhere on the car. They said it was hidden and we would never find it.
I located the device using several key facts:
The device needs a clear shot to the sky to receive the GPS signal.
The device needs clear shot to receive and broadcast its status signal (through GSM)
The device works by interrupting the starter signal. (Therefor located near the ignition)
Humans are lazy and complacent.
Gain access to the underside of your dash and look for anything out of place. Look for new wiring, new electrical tape, wires that are "thicker" than thin stock wires" and wires that go off to the roof of the car. You are looking for a plastic device thats about the size of a deck of cards with two wires running into the ignition wires.
Don't be afraid to remove electrical tape and zip ties, but be careful not to break or cut the thin wires that belong to your car.