Picking the Honda Civic Ignition
This is not for illegal purposes! This is for locksport only!
This is me picking the door lock and then the ignition switch to a 2002
Honda Civic. First I pick the ignition without the key near the sensor.
The immobilizer check fails and the engine will not start. Then I turn the
switch again with the correct key held close to the sensor to fool the
electronics. You can see the security light shut off and the engine start
like a charm.
Music: Huey Lewis & The News - Back in Time
How to break glass with a fragment of a spark plug (Part 1)
Mike shows how porcelain from a spark plug can break glass with ease. Then
tries to do the same with a rock. Why doesn't he just use the hammer?
Because this is not a video on how to break glass with a hammer. Why does
he talk like a caveman? For fun and to explain it in a simple manner. No,
you don't need a vise to recreate this. Why does this work? Search the
comments below. Some very knowledgeable people break it down for you.
How to Open a Locked Car with the Big Easy Car Unlocking Tool
For more info and to purchase the Big Easy Tool Kit used in this video, go
This video produced by Steck Manufacturing shows you how to open any
vehicle using the Steck Big Easy Car Unlocking Tool. It's the easiest way
to open a car! Open locked doors in minutes and never damage the car door
Tools used in this video: Big Easy Tool, Plastic Wedge, Inflatable Air
Wedge, Paint Protector and Lock Knob Lifter.
LLumar Automotive Security Window Film
Learn how LLumar automotive security window film can help protect you, your
vehicle and it's contents from smash and grab attacks. Whether your vehicle
is unattended or you are inside while stopped at a traffic signal, LLumar
security film can help delay entry and deter thieves.
How to break into your car with a coat hanger
This is a simple demonstration of how to open a locked car door of an older
model car with a coat hanger. Be smart, use this information for the
betterment of mankind, for knowledge is powerful!
RM Windowtint- Tinting Process
Window Tinting from RM Windowtint of Colorado Springs and Denver. See how
our process works and what we do to ensure the best tinting for your
vehicle- no bubbling or cracking!