Question about 2001 Toyota Corolla
Disconected the battery and anti theft kicked in when I reconnected the battery. I lost the key fob to disarm the anti theft. This is a very bare bones car with manual everything except for transmission. Is the any way to disable or reset.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok....I am guessing that you are grinding the gears...well in that case make sure your clutch and the pressure plate for the clutch is in good shape. also make sure the throw out bearing is good. If all of them are good then check your Clutch Master Cylinder and Slave Cylinder...both of them can cause the clutch slippage....!!!
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
you may have to disconnect the battery for a minute or so ,this will reset the alarm. check your remote it does have a battery in it. otherwise you have to look for a fuse somewhere under the dash close to the fuse box.each one is diff. depending if it original toyota or aftermarket alarm.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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The after-market installed alarms have a valet switch to defeat the alarm from being armed on it's own. This switch is usually located on the left kickpanel depending on the installer. The kick panel is the panel next to the left foot, driver's side. -------First disconnect the negative terminal of the battery, wait for 2 minutes.Then before reconnecting the battery, turn the ignition switch on and flip the valet switch in the opposite direction. Then, reconnect the battery. If that doesn't work, redo the same procedure by flipping the valet switch position.If that still doesn't work, cycle the ignition key on and off a couple of times to see if that does anything.-------------But if that is not helping then, the key and alarm has to be reprogrammed by the dealer.In the car there is a computer.This computer is called ECM/ECU( electronic control unit or module) .If the ECM/ECU is not detecting the key or security system, then it will not let the car to start.And this has to be re-programmed by the dealer.----
This should help.Keep updated.Thanks.Helpmech.
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