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Celica Standard Alarm


paul_whitmore
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Just got a Celica 1.8ST 1999, and I like it alot :-))))

I haven't got the glovebox manual so..............

1. Where can I get one ??

2. How does the alarm or immobiliser work ??, when I press the lock button on my remote, it locks and flashes the indicators quickly, but then if I press it again I get a longer flash on the indicators, what's the difference ?

Cheers,

Paul.

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One click does the alarm, another click disables the alarm and just leaves it locked. Or the other way around i can never remember. :lol:

You can buy a manual from any toyota dealer for your car. not cheap though.

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2. How does the alarm or immobiliser work ??, when I press the lock button on my remote, it locks and flashes the indicators quickly, but then if I press it again I get a longer flash on the indicators, what's the difference ?

Someone must know the answer to this !?!?!?!?

Please help.........

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Okay, THIS is how the alarm works:

1st press of the lock button: (short flash of the indicators) locks the doors and alarms the interior & doors.

2nd press of the lock button: (long flash of the indicators) locks the doors and alarms the doors only (the alarm will only activate if one of the doors is opened).

This car doesn't have deadlocking on the 2nd press - that's the gen7 alarm.

Now my guessing (cos I last owned a gen6 around 3 years ago - although I should know cos the same alarm is on my MR2).

When you come back to the car and you unlock it, you can tell if the alarm has been triggered while you were away by the number of flashes - I think it's 2 flashes is normal and you've unlocked the car, 3 flashes means the alarm had been set off.

As to where you can get a manual - try ebay, or ask at a Toyota dealer.

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