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Thread: AP Stolen, Now what?
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    Yes, never, ever leave anything of value in plain view. That's rule #1. And always lock your car. Thieves look for things like phones or other valuable items making it their worthwhile to break into your car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forevercasual View Post
    Update from Cobb:
    "The Accessport does not contain your VIN number as we do not track vehicles by VIN.

    If you were to purchase a new or used Accessport, as long as its unmarried, you will not have any issues at all installing a new map on the ECU. You'll just encounter a message that says "This ECU is currently tuned, if you continue, the tune will be lost forever".

    If you took your car to Ford and had them flash the ECU back to stock, you will still be able to purchase a new or used Accessport and get it installed on the ECU as long as its unmarried. "

    I also asked about other things I read online about Cobb providing a discount and here is Cobb's response:

    "That offer is set aside for our customers who bought the Accessport directly from us or an authorized COBB dealer. If you can include the proof of purchase along with an official police report as well, I can get things started on my end!"

    So this doesn't really help me out, but I wanted to get the info out there to help anyone else out. It is cool that Cobb would provide any assistance for theft, just too bad I got mine secondhand.
    Thanks for posting this. I’ve always wondered what would happen if it were lost, stolen or shat on.

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    Filing a police report, won't produce your property and may only serve as yet another excuse for the insurance company to point to when "justifying" their next price hike. Your $X00 property loss won't even delay a donut break, as far as the police are concerned.
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