Hide Ignition Key in Jeep Then Use Non-chipped Key to Start?
To avoid paying $100 each for extra chipped keys, I was thinking about just having a couple non-chipped keys made at the hardware store for a few bucks, then taking the existing chipped key, cut the "key" part off it and glue the chip part under the steering column or behind the dash.
Any reason why this wouldn't work or why it would be a bad idea?
I'm not concerned about theft as the odds are very slim and the truck is insured anyway.
So I installed the flux capacitor but the Jeep just won't do 88 mph.
-'99 WJ Limited, 4.7, Patriot Blue, 2" BB, 31" Mall-Terrains, Pavement Princess
-'97 TJ, Stone White, 4" Superlift, 33" SSRs, lunchboxed rear, 12K Titan winch, and 2.5 litres of exhillirating performance.