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Car alarm we have to de-activate the car alarm every time we get in the car. The battery is dead in the car and the remote key chain. i guess the key wont turn the alarm off anymore. We were wondering how we can completly deactivate the car alarm

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  • k1aloy Feb 07, 2009

    My car battery died and when I replaced it with a new battery the car ignition will not even come on, but the alarm goes off. So the car will not start. This is 1997 Toyota Camry.

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The only way is to have the module takin out.

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