Question about 2004 Toyota Corolla
You'll need to set off the alarm for a few seconds.
then, look under the dash area for a button or, a toggle
switch. When you locate it, turn on the ignition
key, press and hold in the button (little
spring loaded micro button, red or black possibly)
until the alarm chirps 1 time. This should over ride
the system, and only the keyless entry part,
if installed, would still be operating.
The LED (light emiting diode) light in the dash
should also go on solid.
At this point. the alarm would have reset.
If this had a starter kill relay installed,
it would now be opened, and the engine would
turn over when tried. This is override/reset.
Posted on Oct 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your remote is attached to the key in the ignition, it could have been bumped setting off the alarm. It is also possible for the lock button to be depressed and lock the doors, if you do not notice this and get out of the car........!
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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