How to Disable a Dodge Truck Tracking Device

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How to Disable a Dodge Truck Tracking Device
You can disable a GPS system in minutes with the right tools. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

A Global Positioning Systems (GPS) system is a tracking device that can be added to any vehicle or shipping container. A GPS device often provides assistance to people who become lost or disoriented. These devices also help police and property owners locate a stolen or lost car. Some police agencies use GPS to track certain criminal or probationers. There are ways to actually disable a tracking device placed on a car or truck.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

Things you need

  • Foil
  • GPS Tracker Defense

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  1. 1

    Visit your local automotive parts store and ask the clerk for a Global Positioning Systems Tracker Defense device. This product will provide interference or "jamming" to any GPS device made. The key for this device to work is that it must be installed and used with 10 meters of where the actual device is located or installed. The device works by creating a barrier or blockade of the radio waves emitted from the transmitter on the Global Positioning Systems.

  2. 2

    Place the end plug of the Global Positioning Systems Tracker Defense device into your car or truck's cigarette lighter. This should be a standard 12-volt plug which comes with most vehicles produced in today's factories. Activate the Global Positioning Systems Tracker Defense device to interrupt the truck's GPS signal.

  3. 3

    Locate the antenna for the Global Positioning System installed on the vehicle (some systems will not have an antenna). Place a thin layer of aluminium foil over the top of the antenna; this will block the GPS signal.

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