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Car alarm my 1996 celica will not lock or unlock on the key buttons, have purchased new batteries, can you help please? alarm goes off if you open door manually

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Not really a solution, sorry. But, my 93 celica had the same problems as your having now. Mine just worked when it wanted to. I had to end up having someone check it out. They basically said "Who the hell hooked up your alarm?" I have no clue, I figured it came like that, but I guess someone took it out and redid it. That may be your problem. Unhook your alarm or take it in and just ask someone.

Do you have a sound system? Most...as my previous owned did, like to somehow hook the sound system with the alarm. But of course when he sold me the car he took the system..leaving the alarm to go haywire.

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