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BrokenDreams23
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BrokenDreams23 Feb 4, 5:17am - #391372 

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TDS Alarm

HI all. i am want to know if anyone of here knows where i can get the TDS alarm instructions. would really appreciate it. i have searched all over the net and forums. Its the alarm that has this type of remote.
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BReakinDrifTs
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BReakinDrifTs Feb 4, 6:21am - #391373 
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Call the TDS company and have them send you instructions.
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BrokenDreams23
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BrokenDreams23 Feb 4, 6:29am - #391374 

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Thats another problem i have no idea who TDS is. it seems to be a toyota factory alarm i think. because i have searched. everything. but nothing. i mean all i know is that they use the same remote as the Audiovox Prestige alarms. but i have seen there alarm manauls and its not the same thing. frown. im pretty sure alother celica owners have had this alarms on there cars. at least i hope.
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Polykarb Feb 4, 6:34am - #391375 

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Good god that TDS is a piece of shit. I have the same thing and i get pissed whenever it randomly goes off. I got the instructions when i got my celica, came in the back of the owners manual folder.

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redscare
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redscare Feb 5, 1:33am - #391376 
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It's a dealer installed option. I have it and they used to have the instructions on the audiovox website, but I couldn't find the link.
Luckily I printed it out.

1.Enter the vehicle & turn ignition to "on"
2.Flip the valet switch (red button) on-off-on-off-on then off
3.The led will flash once and the alarm will chirp once. This siganls that the system is ready to accept programming.
4.Press and hold the selected transmitter button until alarm sounds a long chirp, indicating the signal has been stored into memory.
5.If you have additional transmitters, then repeat step 4 for each.
6.Flip the valet switch on then off.
7.The led will flash twice and the alarm will chirp 2 times. This signals that the system is ready to accept programming for receiver channel 2.
8.Press and hold the second button until the alarm sounds a long chirp, indicating the signal has been stored into memory.
9.Repeat step 8 for additional transmitters.
10.Flip valet switch on then off.
11.The led will falsh 3 times and alarm will chirp 3 times.
12.Press and hold third button until alarm sounds a long chirp.
13.Repeat step 12 fro additional transmitters.
14.Turn ignition key off. The alarm will sound one short chirp then one long chirp indicating the system has terminated the program mode.

This worked for me, I hope this helps.
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xmangt1 Feb 5, 11:29am - #391377 

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^^^that's good info. BTW, HAPPY B-DAY!!!!!!
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