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2001 toyota corolla anti theft reset

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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  • Don Renninger Feb 14, 2012

    Last night I found a button on the left kick plate, I pressed the button while turning the key on then off then back on and the car started. The light on the dash was still blinking, meaning the next time I disconnect the battery the alarm will probably kick back on. But all I should have to do is push the button on the kick plate and cycle the ignition on, off, then start the car.

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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.

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