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Try dis-connecting the battery and alarm fuse and leave unhooked for at least 15 minutes. Re-attach the battery cables and reinsert the fuse to the alarm. Manually open the driver door with the key and turn left and right 2 times. Turn the ignition on but do not try to start the car yet. Turn off and on at least 7 times. Then try to start the car. If this does not work, then you may need to call the dealer about the correct way to reset the alarm system. You could also try removing the battery from the key and then starting the process over. I am not sure this will work but it is worth a shot. Good Luck!
Plug your ears first, open the car with key, open the bonnet to get to the battery, disconnect one battery terminal and cover this with rag to avoid a short circuit. That should reset everything - alarm, radio. Do not lock the car. After an hour reconnect the battery. Hopefully alarm will have reset and then use the key in the ignition. Hopefully starts but you should buy a replacement button for your car and security system. If alarm sound again, disconnect battery again and call an auto electrician.
try to unhook the battery cabels and do the process over again and if that dont work then turn key all the way to the forward possition and have some one jup the starter by arking metel on the positive termenal on to metel
Is this a factory installed alarm system? If so, unlocking the driver door with the key will allow the car to start. If not then you will have to remove the aftermarket alarm system to start the car.
If you have a factory alarm system you can get a new FOB (key chain alarm button) from a ford dealer, but it must be programmed using a scanner , before it will work in your vehicle.
It's an ignition problem. If you keep trying to turn over it will start. It's an anti theft device they installed. The little car with the flashing key. Someone likely tampered with your ignition before for this to happen.
'99 camry: with alarm sounding. turn key to "ON" position and press in and hold alarm button (red two position (in /out) on dash board. Button should go from flashing red to solid red. Release button when it stays lit (solid bright red) . Alarm is now in disabled mode and engine should crank when key is turned to "start" position. "Thank you" for over the phone tech support at Richardson Toyota in Texas.