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BlackCelicaGTS Apr 19, 2:33pm - #159444 

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Oh No!


I lost my nice little beep that beeps when i lock or unlock the door of my celica using the keyless remote. Does anyone know how i can fix this?? Is it a fuse?? I'm clueless!
thanks guys

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VSGTS14 Apr 19, 2:33pm - #159445 

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hmmmm...not sure...

i know what you're talking about though..

maybe a fuse??

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BlackCelicaGTS Apr 19, 2:39pm - #159446 

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Yeah its been gone for a while, i dunno why i waited this long to Post it,..But i was thinking about it and hoping maybe one of you guys can help me out. Thanks

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SiLvErGt2001 Apr 19, 2:39pm - #159447 

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Check the fuse! rice
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Bakablo1 Apr 19, 5:45pm - #159448 
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still under warranty??? get em 2 check it out thumbsup
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faran325 Apr 19, 6:37pm - #159449 

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I would probably think that somehow the beep got reset and now it is silent. One would know that the beep is silenced by when one hits the arm/disarm button and the lights still flash. Try calling Toyota's service dept. and they should tell you how to reprogram the alarm beep setting. grin
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BlackCelicaGTS Apr 19, 7:37pm - #159450 

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Okay thanks for the help. Yep the lights deffinatly Flash still.

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mxsuperfly25 Apr 20, 6:31am - #159451 
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my mom has a 98 camry, and that thing doesn't beep sometimes, sometimes lets out a squeeky beep, sumtimes does what it should. it's weird, but it does always lock and unlock the doors! so that's good, i think your "beeper" may have got jacked up, make sure there is power going to it, maybe it needs to b replaced confused
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Celicacutie Apr 20, 7:04am - #159452 

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try reprograming like someone else said
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DiabloGTS Apr 20, 7:23am - #159453 

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the "beeper" might be broken.
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initial_D Apr 20, 4:42pm - #159454 

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i have this problem occcasionally...there should be a switch under the dash, near the driverside door (general area of where the Hood release is) try that switch. or, what happened to mine is the wire was cut (proly when i swithed out my batt) but anyways if that's the case, just solder or crimp them together
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celica209 Apr 21, 2:46am - #159455 

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i think its the ground try and find a ground wire comming off of the alarm and it probobly is loose or fell off just screw it back in or find a new spot to put it . the same thing happened to my girls car and that fixed it and its been about a year now still workin thumbsup
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Clos Apr 21, 2:50am - #159456 
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wat i did was unlock lock unlock and lock just keep doing it till you hear the sound i have VIper alarm so it mite be different if anything the amarn should have a number in the back you can call them and ask
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megamanx Apr 21, 12:25pm - #159457 

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i had the same problem. did you have your door open when you noticed the problem. this happen to me and i found out that when the door is open and you hit Lock, Unlock, Lock you will put it into valet mode. Valet mode just locks the doors and flash the lights. just open the door and hit Lock, unlock, lock and it should fix the problem.
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Sultan Apr 21, 12:31pm - #159458 

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oh, I had no idea about this valet mode...
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Traviesa86 Apr 21, 4:49pm - #159459 

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try checking the fuses...

but i have an alarm (not factory though, so maybe it's different), but the horn gets worn out sometimes and just won't sound, locks still work, lights still flash..so maybe that needs to be changed?? confused

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