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Remote will not work

Toyota said after checking it out that its in the wiring, $300 plus repair cost to look into

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Remotes arnt that hard to hook up.Easy do it yourselfer.Search the net or find an owners manual and check it yourself.

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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