Hold my ECU: Owners of tuned cars remove engine control units to prevent them being stolen

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A Wheels24 reader Tiaan Koekemoer's Opel Astra OPC with modded engine.
A Wheels24 reader Tiaan Koekemoer's Opel Astra OPC with modded engine.
Tiaan Koekemoer

It's an unfathomable thought to process, but the possibility where you could come out of a shopping mall, only to find that your vehicle is not where you left it, exists. This is due to it being stolen and not simply forgetting where you parked.

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