Question about 1998 Toyota Camry
I have not tried anything yet as i do not have any instruction.
Ok, as a retired alarm installer let me see if I can help you. Unfortunately the fcc id nmbr. Does not help identify what your dealing with. Factory alarms( from toyota) were very rare in that vintage. If I had to bet, its likely your alarm is aftermarket. Here are some ways to tell/identify what you have. 1. Do you have a siren? 2. Do you have an LED mounted in the dash(not the instrument cluster) or in a pod underdash? If yes your alarm is aftermarket. Now its a matter of who made it. The ez thing to do is stop by a neighborhood alarm shop and they can what brand it is. Once you know that programing will be ez. If you can get me more info. I can assist you better.
Posted on Dec 22, 2014
Why not read the operators guide in the glove box.
if missing?, get one.
or if really savvy, get the FSM , the factory service manual
get it read it and , bingo its all there, every word.
most cars, you need 1 key or 2 to make a new key, DIY.
that too is covered. , in the FSM.
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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