You will start by pressing ENTER during gameplay, then type one of the following codes:
BIG DOG: Dragster wheels
SMALL CAT: small front wheels
ENGINE: strong engine
MONEY: 100 000$
GOTMONEY: Unlimited Money
Press INSERT + HOME + PAGE UP on a job: Fast Task Completion
When you are in job mode, press [INSERT] + [HOME] + [PAGE UP]: The job will automatically finish, and you will get to keep your money but still get paid.
Press [DELETE] + [END] + [PAGE DOWN]: To fix any and all repairable parts while they are still on the car.
Take parts off your customers' cars, then enable the "FREE JOB" code. You will still have the parts under that car's name, and you will still get paid the full amount.
Complete all the jobs you can so that you will receive a message to say that there are no more jobs, Then get a cheap car from the auction and fix it up and try to sell it for more than $20,000. This will allow you to enter God-like mode.
Buy an old or new junk car from the auction, but do not repair it. Just buy a new car part from the catalog and replace it to make easy money. This cheat does not work on high-priced or third-party cars.
You need to enable the cheat codes in the Hidden Options menu, which is found in Extras. You have to hit "Save Career" for the changes to apply. Then you can use cheat codes in free roam and in your garage.
You will need to type in the code, no spaces or anything, and click the screwdriver. This may cause a lag.
BEGFORMONEY - Gives $100k
TESTME - You can get any car in the game, but this may crash the game
LETMEROC - You get teleported to the Race of Champions
REDDEVIL - you will get 1st place in the Red Devils' club
FILLMYGARAGE - adds all the cars in your garage, but this can cause a lag or crash
Hidden Items scattered throughout the Island Unlockables
The majority of the collectible locations are off the main road or in corners of the map that you have not yet gone to. You will not be able to use a taxi to explore these locations because you will not be able to take the collectibles back in the taxi. We suggest that you get a car and hold them while you walk back to your car.
Most collectibles will only spawn once at the start of the game and will be marked as "collectible," and they will not persist through the saves. These items can only be sold at the pawn shop that is near the docks. There will be some items that you can keep, e.g., shelves, tables, chests, crates, etc.
The different types of collectibles:
These items provide some form of function and do not despawn when you save and quit. Examples: tables and shelves.
These items allow you to store other items inside them for transport, and they do not despawn when you save and quit. Examples: chests, crates, boxes.
These items are the shiny, expensive things that you should be looking for first because these items despawn when you save and quit, and they will not respawn. We suggest that you look for these items as soon as possible. You can move these items by hand, and they cannot be transported in a taxi. Examples: prospecting pan, chair, old TV, green book, etc.
Once you have found all the collectibles you can, before you need to quit the game, go to the pawn shop. You can find the pawn shop if you look behind the gas station next to your garage. There is a small boat dock, and you will see shipping containers. In some of the containers, there is a pawn shop where you can sell the collectibles. You will see a sign at the pawn shop reminding you that collectibles do not transfer through saves.
You will need to find a suitable part for restoration that is very rusty. If the body part isn't that rusty, the price will be high, and that will make that part not worth restoring. For example, a part that is $15.
Once you have bought the part, it will appear on the pallet, and you will need to move it to the front so that you can pick it up and then return it to your garage.
First, you will want to buy the big yellow round rust removal disc for your grinder, and you can get the disc from across the road and put it in the grinder. You won't have to buy a new disc for every rust removal job.
Removing the rust will take time, and it will damage the paint (but the paint condition doesn't seem to affect the price), but remove as much of the rust as possible, and the rest of the rust will be removed automatically.
Then you are going to leave your garage and go past the petrol station, down the hill that is behind the garage, and to the pawn shop (with graffiti and a pawn shop sign on the door) that is on the dock.
You have not done everything that is related to the job
You have forgotten to put parts back on the car
You will be able to buy spare parts at the junkyard to save money, especially if the parts are expensive.
Car Wash: The fixed at $80. This is the easiest job in the game, and all you need is your water hose.
Changing fuel tanks: The price for this job is unfixed because:
with the LAD models, you will need to open the boot and unscrew the single bolt holding the fuel tank
with the NIV models, you will need to open the doors, remove the rear seats and remove the two bolts holding the fuel tank.
With CHAD and BART models, you will need to lean under the back of the car and unscrew the six bolts that hold the fuel tank.
You will also have the option of keeping the fuel in the old fuel tank by pouring it into a can or another tank.
Car part painting: The fixed price is $121. This is an easy job, but you will need about $20 because you need at least 1 tin of spray paint. You can copy the vehicle's color code and go to your part catalog. Open the color section and paste the color code, then buy the tin of spray and spray the grey part until the paint quality rises to 5 stars.
Part grinding and painting: The fixed price is $125. This is an easy job as long as you do not end up with a LAD coupe or sedan. The rust on these vehicles can be very tricky to find, and it will be even worse if the rust is in the rocker panel. You may have to grind the weld with the flat disc and then weld it back together after grinding the rust. Hopefully, your job will just be grinding the rust.
Changing engine parts: This job has random rewards, and the mission's name will indicate what parts need to be replaced, like spark plugs, battery wires, pistons, etc.
Oil and filter changes: The fixed price is $101 with the additional cost of the engine oil and a new filter. This job is considered one of the simplest but least rewarding jobs. You will need to:
lean under the car
unplug the drain plug
let the oil out
plug the plug back in
replace the filter
pour the oil back into the engine
Replacing the gearbox by removing the old gearbox and putting in the new gearbox.
With the Inline 4 models, the gearbox is attached with eight bolts to the block, two bolts to the frame, and three bolts to the driveshaft. This is one of the easiest jobs and one of the most rewarding, especially if you have a pit or a lift.
With the V8 models, the gearbox is attached with four bolts to the block, two bolts to the frame, and three bolts to the driveshaft. The starter will be attached to the gearbox, and you will have to either remove the starter before removing the gearbox or you will have to unscrew the wire bolt and remove the starter afterward.
Steering parts or springs may be impacted.
With the LADs and NIV models, you will need to remove the springs with the spring compressor.
With the CHAD and BART models, you will need to use the spanner to remove the rear leaf springs and the pry tool to remove the front torsion bars, which you may or may not need a lift for.
Remove and replace the suspension parts. We suggest that you use a lift.
Changing brake pads can be an easy job as it is just changing the discs. But it's not very rewarding. You will need to:
Remove the brake caliper and use the pry tool to extract the old pads.
Remove brake discs by first removing the brake caliper and then unscrewing the single brake disc's screw with the screwdriver.
These jobs have unfixed rewards.
Bodywork: Grind all of the rust that you are able to find on the car. This may mean that you need to grind the welds again. You also have the option to use spare parts and replace them, but only if you paint them afterward. This is one of the most rewarding jobs. This job also has an unfixed reward.
There are three types of junkers in the game.
Barn find shells.
Fixing these models of cars will come at a high cost but could also mean a high reward.