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CelicaCrazy
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CelicaCrazy Oct 30, 7:10pm - #313970 
2000 Spectra Blue Toyota Celica GT
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Need some help?

Just today when i went to lock my car up i noticed that it didn't make the beep sound but it still locked up. The panic button works and i replaced the battery in the remote, and nothing changed, what should i do??
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YurBuddyChrist
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YurBuddyChrist Oct 30, 11:31pm - #313971 
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Check the wiring to the siren ( I have aftermarket and mine is mounted on the firewall on the left side of the engine bay)
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GOLDCELICA Oct 31, 5:03am - #313972 

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Originally Posted by YurBuddyChrist
Check the wiring to the siren ( I have aftermarket and mine is mounted on the firewall on the left side of the engine bay)


It could be that. But since your siren is functioning I woudl think the alarm is working. Sometimes when you press a series of buttons on your remote the chirper gets disabled. Check your manual on how to make the chirp sound turn on again. It's different on all alarms. thumbsup

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CelicaCrazy
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CelicaCrazy Oct 31, 5:08am - #313973 
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Well the last time i locked the car up before it totally went dead it sounded like it was dying, it made a beep sound but it was very week then the next time, nothing happend at all except it locking but no beep and the panic button still worked
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