Have 2006 Toyota 4Runner that had smashed front end.
After repairs and hooking battery back up the alarm goes off. Got the alarm to shut off, but engine will not start. It cranks strong, but it appears there is a theft deterant kill or something going on that needs reset?
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Re: 4Runner will not start after front end repairs
Sounds like it has an aftermarket alarm system with starter kill you need the model number and a remote to turn off the system with the model number you can contact the manufacturer support number and they will assist you with disabling it
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