Originally Posted by makkan00
Thanks for the update mate.
Most of it is bull shit.
Let me ask you something. If they can associate few things with locking / unlocking, then surely it is not difficult to disable OBD part when car is locked.
A good electrician can connect an electronic power switch to positive wire of OBD port. So when car is turned on, it will source the power to OBD ports (functional) and when car is locked, OBD port will be disabled.
It is not rocket science.
Why you asking me???..did I say I said any of that?