Question about 2002 Toyota Celica
My 1994 Toyota Celica was robbed a year ago. The crook broke the driver side door lock trying to get in. I got a temporary fix where I have to unlock the passenger side door to get in the car, but recently my car wouldn't start. A Pepboys mechanic told me that there is a factory "alarm" which is tied into the door lock that essentially prevents the car from starting. He jury-rigged a wire from the starter that I have to touch to the positive end of the battery to get the car to start. I didn't even know about this factory "alarm", so before I go somewhere to get fleeced and get it fixed, is there some easy way for a newbie like me to fix this problem? If not, what can I expect to be charged for? Any help is appreciated.
I looked under the seat and there was not a small box with 3 wiring connections on it. Any other thoughts?
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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