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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2001 Toyota
Try resetting the alarm.
The procedure is as follows:---
Insert the car key into ignition switch and turn the key to ON position.
Now on the driver side there is a valet switch.The valet switch is near the hood release.Turn the valet switch on, then off three times in quick succession. Listen for a chirp from the alarm system.
Press and hold the lock and unlock buttons on your wireless transmitter.You will hear the beep.When you hear a long beep from the alarm system at that time release the buttons.Turn the valet switch on, then off again quickly. Turn the key to "OFF" and remove the key from the ignition. Lock the doors with the remote to test the alarm system.It should get reset and function normally.
To disarm the alarm this actually requires the Electronic Control Module to be removed and some wiring modifiactions are made.The ECM to alarm wiring has to be disconnected.But this is not advisable,as alarm is for car safety purpose.
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Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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