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1998 toyota corolla, battery died and now can't shut off alarm. remote is broken

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Pull off battery cables for now.then read owners manual to set how to reset it.

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I had the positive battery end changed on my 2003 Toyota Corolla and when new ends were connected the alarm starts and won't stop...I can't turn it off by the remote....I can't even lock or unlock my doors...


Its possible the remote code was changed after install which required a learn and the learn was erased when battery power was lost.

If this is an add-on aftermarket alarm system, the best hope is that somewhere under the dashboard or near the left kickpanel by the floor you see/find a small button mounted there. This is usually the most common install for the override switch by most alarm installers. Turning the key to the ON position then pressing the button and holding for 2-5 seconds will shut the alarm down in most cases if it has such a button.
If it does not have a button, or this is a factory alarm system, its possible the alarm control module fuse has blown or the module itself is stuck or failed, or the receiver for the remote is not seeing the remote. Recheck the connections at the battery, if its an add-on alarm there may have been a constant power loop attatched to the cable that is required to power the receiver/module and was accidentally left off. checking all fuses may also yield a blown fuse that feeds the alarm system controls.

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Same here... I have a 1998 Toyota Avalon XL. My car battery died. Replaced my car battery, but found out that when you unplug and plug the car battery with this car it engages in security mode (I have factory car alarm). This disables the engine and wont let you turn the ignition aka start the car engine until the remote (keyless entry) "UNLOCK" is applied. My remote is also lost so I cannot disable the alarm.
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How do you reset remote on 1998 toyota corolla


IF THE BATTERY IN THE REMOTE IS GOOD THEN THE CAR HAS TO TAKEN TO THE DEALER TO BE REPROGRAMMED. ALOT OF TIMES I RECOMMEND JUST GETTING AN AFTERMARKET ALARM SYSTEM. BY THE TIME THE DEALER FINISHES GIVING U THE SHAFT ITS ALOT CHEAPER AND U GET MORE FOR YOUR BUCK

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somehow the car when on valet mode, go to a alarm shop , they should be able to re arm your car without to much damage to your pocket, or read your cars manual, it might inform you on how to fix the problem.

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Two days ago my 2004 toyota corolla s starting honking a little bit when I turn the key as well as the doors are automatically locking and unlocking when I turn the key on and off...


Check your remote to see that it isn't setting off the alarm. If the battery is dying on the remote, this could happen. If not, have alarm checked.

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