Im thinking of using a remote controlled cut out switch in the trunk wired to the fuel pump inertia switch, who has done this, here are two listed below but not sure if they would work or if there is something better?
Pull the fuel pump or ecu relay under the hood.
My low mileage car is garaged and I only need the anti theft for when out in about or on a road trip (which is not often) and opening the hood and pulling a relay in a parking lot or side of street is not an option. Since posting this thread Ive read on many sites that wiring in a remote switch to the fuel pump for a couple reasons is not a good idea. The most recommended is a switch to the starter relay. Also Im starting to think that instead of a remote switch that a hidden mechanical switch would be a better idea.
Consider splicing into the ground from the inertia switch.
I think it completes a ground for the pump to work. Splice into the ground with a switch you control.
interesting, never heard of that one before, great idea though.
I haven't had to deal with my car on road trips at this point, I've thought about adding GPS etc...etc... maybe it makes me an ass but at this point if something happened to the car I wouldn't be mad about the agreed value check Im gonna get