Not if you are on the title to the vehicle and own it. Whoever holds the loan on the vehicle can repossess the car however if you are late with payments. Contact the lender and work something out. You do not want your car repossess. Credit will be ruined for 7 years, and you will still have to pay the repo fees plus the difference in the balance on the note and what the car brings when they sell it.
Take it to a dealership. The theft lock feature is there to deter theft of these radios.
If a car is left at a dealership, the car owner is responsible for any damage. Theft or damages are not covered in the insurance policy of the dealership.
depending on what state and if the person has proof of theft
you will not be charged for the theft that you commited on 2000, but you will be charged for the theft you commited now.
It is possible for a theft charge to disqualify you from getting an insurance license.
It is possible for a theft charge to prevent you from getting an insurance license.
have to go to a dealership
It is probably determined by the amount of the theft.
Depends on how the law is written where the theft took place.
Are you talking about the anti-theft deterrent for the radio?
Question is not worded too clearly - but my belief is that you will have a warrant issued for your arrest for your FTA on the theft charge. When the court finds out about the theft charge it will probably revoke your bond (or the bail bondsman probably will because you are now a poor risk) and you will be remanded to jail.
A criminal charge is a charge brought forth by law enforcement for a legally punishable crime. An example of criminal charges might be murder, theft, grand theft, and shoplifting.
The charge of theft over 20,000 dollars will depend on the city and state. Usually, a person will be charged with embezzlement.
Texas does not have a grand theft charge. It is simply theft. The punishment depends on the dollar amount stolen.
if you get charged for grand theft, you will most likely get sent to prison.
The only way to reset the code on a 2004 Nissan Maxima's anti theft system is by taking it to the dealership.
Contact a Ford Dealership.
You should have reported the theft as soon as possible. Regardless of theft, you are responsible for the payments. Hopefully, you had theft insurance to make the payoff for you.
By hacking the game, there is no BMW's in the game by default.
Yes, if you have proof that you loaned them the money to purchase the car and you are a lien holder on the title. Otherwise do not get the car or you can be charge with auto theft. I would contact your local police for advice on how to proceed.
After repair, you reset with a scan tool.If you made the repair(s) yourself, simply disconnecting and reconnecting the battery will reset it. This avoids the $85 scan tool charge or "legal theft" at the dealership.
There is a 2 year statute of limitations on a misdemeanor theft by taking charge in George. It is a 4 year statute of limitation if it is a felony.
The anti-theft locking code, for your 2004. You will, can be set at a Buick dealership. The code can also be set by using OnStar.
When you have to reset the anti-theft device on a 2004 Nissan Maxima you should take it to the dealership where they can do it by hooking your car to the computer.
No, the charge theft of service is a crime. Only police officers can charge someone with a crime. However the contractor can sue you in civil court for theft of service. In strict terms though the contractor is not charging the crime.