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LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System Owners Manual

November 4th, 2008 · No Comments

The LoJack Stolen Vehicle Recovery System uses a small transmitter that’s hidden in your vehicle. After police enter a stolen vehicle report in the Statewide Law Enforcement computer system, LoJack is activated and begins to send a signal that police can track using LoJack Police Tracking Computers to recover your stolen vehicle.
1. After you report your stolen vehicle to police, a signal from a radio tower activates the LoJack in your vehicle.
2. The LoJack unit emits a uniquely coded signal.
3. The Police Tracking Computer receives the coded signal coming from your vehicle. That signal quickly pinpoints the vehicle’s location and leads police to a rapid recovery – many times within a few hours.

This owner’s manual is a handy reference providing useful information about your LoJack. Please take a few minutes to read it carefully – and write down your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) – so that if thieves strike, you’re prepared. You’ll also find complete information about maintenance, your LoJack warranty, coverage areas, and more. In order to keep LoJack’s presence in your vehicle undetected by thieves, we strongly recommend that you do not store this manual or other LoJack materials in your vehicle. Also, keep your LoJack I.D. card in your wallet.

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