How do you keep your Jeep Wrangler secure and theft proof? Does the century key come on Jeeps?

The century key is suppose to come with all Chryslers, but when I entered “century key” in www.jeep.com’s search engine, nothing comes up for the Jeep.

Too, Chryslers are supposedly easy to steal and were the No. 1 stolen vehicle in Michigan.

See: “Easy to steal Dodge Chrysler Jeep Vehicles,” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHsL8GMGtR8.

Does “The Club” steering wheel locks work? What do you do? Also, what’s the best way to hide your belongings when out and about in your Wrangler?

I have a security alarm with my new Rubicon Unlimited, but I’m worried that may not be enough.

Thank you in advance!
The link for the YouTube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHsL8GMGtR8
Thanks! It's called the "sentry key," not "century key."

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2 Responses to How do you keep your Jeep Wrangler secure and theft proof? Does the century key come on Jeeps?

  1. Wayne W June 6, 2009 at 3:15 pm #

    I would think about getting a LoJack vehicle locator installed on your car. They aren’t that expensive. It’s a plus that your Jeep has a hard top. And, I think what you meant to look for is “sentry key,” which is what Chrysler calls their engine immobilizer system.

  2. Kal F June 6, 2009 at 3:15 pm #

    I’d say if your really concerned “out-of-the-way” mechanisms would work best, methods people who steal car don’t encounter often.
    Things like installing a hidden switch in one of the three MAP sensor lines is a super easy way of making a car completely immobile even if they get past the ignition.

    They can still wreck the car regardless of what you do… parking in open well light and heavily viewable spot, if at all possible, is the best bet at your car being left alone.