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How do I re-arm an amx alarm system for my '96 Toyota Camry

My battery died over the weekend when I was out of town. I replaced my battery and now my alarm does not work. I tried to reset it using all the codes from my AMX alarm manual and the system just wouldn't turn on or respond to the number of flicks I am supposed to do after I turn on the car.
I will appreciate your help.

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Toyota Camry 2008 Locked by Security System

The computer for the alarm is probably causing your problem. Scan the anti theft module to trouble shoot for the problem. You might have a door sensor that is shorted.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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Anonymous

SOURCE: how to turn off the alarm manually without any use of a remote control

Just unlocking the car with the key turns the alarm off.

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: I just replaced the battery

Try taking the car to an Audi dealer to reprogram the key.In some cases,depending on the country it was imported from ,it may take several attempts at programming to get it right.Your Audi dealer should do this at no charge.As for removing the battery,always clamp an alternate 12v source to the car cables so the vehicle does not lose a 12v source when changing batteries.These are complicated cars.You need to recode some systems after total loss of 12v.Once again the dealers will help.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2008

Toyota Ed

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SOURCE: how to turn off the alarm manually without any use of a remote control

If the alarm is a "factory" alarm, cycle the key in the ignition from off to on (where the dash indicators light up), 5 times. This is the reset proceedure for the "factory" alarm.

Posted on Nov 04, 2008

mrgreenz

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SOURCE: Car alarm won't disactivate

try turning the key almost to start and keep it there for about ten minutes. hope it works. I got this tip from somebody else.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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