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Question by Aubrey
Submitted on 8/16/2003
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How do you program the factory alarm to lock the doors when key turned on and reverse when key turned off?  Dealer say he doesn't "understand" toyota's remote.  Go figure.  Can anyone help?  Also, how do I stop the irritating chirp when I lock and unlock with the remote?

Answer by Master Tech
Submitted on 1/15/2004
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Well, I've been a Chrysler tech for 12 years and most of their systems are programmed by the dealers computer interface tool, that is, the handheld computer that hooks up to the car. The horn chirp can be enabled or disabled, auto lock at 15 mph, lock when putting in gear or unlock when putting in park, and some other features as well. More recent vehicles allow the owner to do some of these things themselves and is usually outlined in the owners manual. As for a foriegn car, I'm not 100% sure but I can't imagine a Toyota dealer that can't answer that question. Check the owners manual, try visiting Toyota.com or call on a different dealer.




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