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The alarm is automatically set with me not even controlling it.

For example im sitting in the car and the car is off. i dont even lock the doors. After two minutes the car locks itself and sets the alarm so when someone opens the door the alarm goes off and i have to find the remote

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Go to a toyota dealer they can reprogram your settings on your car so it won't do that.

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