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Look under dash if it's an aftermarket alarm look for a small toggle switch and flip this should be your valet switch and if you don't have key pads and no valet switch you could go to and install shop that does alarms to try and have a keypad programmed to that alarm or remove the alarm also try putting key in ignition while horn is going off computer if its a factory alarm should recognize key and this should stop alarm from going off also if it's a factory alarm toyota should be able to get you keypads
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