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Changed bad battery now can't get sienna 2005 toyota alarm to stop nor the van to turn on. I do not have a valet button. have tried the turn they key 5 time thing no luck will have to get a wrecker and take to toyota dealer

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Did you try locking the car and unlocking it with the key

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Put the key in the ignition, and turn forward
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