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My battery is dead and my horn keeps honking and wont let it take a jump start how do I get the horn to stop

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Try disconnecting the battery for 5 minutes. then when you reconnect the battery lock and unlock the drivers door with the key, door closed. this will on some models deactivate the anti theft system. but it must be done with the hood closed and all the doors closed and from outside with the key. mike

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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    My '96 Toyota Rav4 honks every time the mechanic starts it. It does not have a security system! And he can't fix it for me until he can get it to stop honking. Can you help? Thanks! Donna

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