Go to Amazon and get yourself a faraday pouch. It sheilds the signal from the fob, even when directly next to door.
I already have one. But your signal is transmitted once you use the fob.Go to Amazon and get yourself a faraday pouch. It sheilds the signal from the fob, even when directly next to door.
Yea i will miss my good ol' key to start. Honestly if it keeps my car safe, not gonna lie, i may disable the fob lolThe marketed Faraday pouches/containers I have seen are pretty crappy & don't actually fully block the signal. I've had better luck at 100% blocking the fob by simply storing it in a small stainless-steel piece of cookware & putting the metal lid on it when I am at home. Turning a fob on & off constantly via specific button presses is pretty annoying & completely defeats the purpose of have such a "convenience feature" in the first place. Personally, I miss the days of simply having a physical key & basic lock/unlock manual remote, without all of this battery-draining "convenience tech". Seems like premature battery failures/depletion is getting pretty common in newer vehicles now due to all of this garbage.