Question about 2001 Toyota Tundra
Take a look around the kick panel on the driver's side. It would be a small toggle or push button switch that is activated by turning your ignition key to the run position and flipping/pushing the switch. Some systems require pushing the switch more than once. If you can not find the switch, disconnect your vehicle battery (to stop the alarm from sounding while working on it). Take down the dash panel under the steering column and follow back the harness from the ignition switch. There will be wires that were tapped into this harness that lead to the brain of the system. Pulling the fuses from the brain should disable the system.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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