I agree!!! :agreebeer100 said:No. This kind of thing gets around, every theif who took something from a car will learn about this. I won't be putting anything of value there untill the cargo area can't be opened by any one with a screwdriver.
Beats calling a locksmith. Do agree a release inside the cab shouldn't add much to the cost of the SSR? I can just imagine lying on the ground in the rain having to open the cover, but then the cab will plrobably be locked too, thus no tool to open the back.beer100 said:This is something I just can't find any like for. That release should be inside the cab maybe like the hood release, but behind the seat or something.
I don't understand the very last of the quote. Am I supposed to see a lock cylinder after I pull the sealing plug? All I see is a deep hole with a splined socket at the bottom.freezer said:there had to be some access to the latch cables. That access was hidden and was locked.