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Alarm needs to be reset

The battery in our toyota went dead. the alarm system needs to be reset and im not sure how. can you help?

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Many cars, Maybe not yours can be tricked into thinking that they've never been tripped to begin with. This procedure needs to be done carefully as inpresicsness can mess the car up. With the battery fully charged. ( not jumped, ran the car for awhile, Charged, the battery charger says so) and the cables clean ( they don't just look clean, cause you cleaned them anyway) disconnect the battery and come back later ( 10 MInutes ) Connect the cables to each other ( not the battery ) Hold em there ( 1 Minute ) Connect the positive and let the neg hang free. Turn the key to the run position. everything else off. Connect the neg cable like you mean it ( don't bump it skip it fool with it, Get it on tight in one move). Start the car. The security system never knew it was off and it'll start as if it were already on. Being you didn't tell what kind or year of car or truck you have it'll work on most and it won't hurt the others. It's hard to fix vehicals with out knowing the year model as the rules change with each model year.

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