In cause the car remote battery goes down how do you start the car?

Bedan Mwangi

Asked by Bedan Dec 18, 2013 at 12:07 PM about the 2007 Toyota Allion

Question type: General

Just want to know about the car.

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What make and model vehicle do you have? If you have an intelligent key fob there should be a regular metal key that slides out somewhere. Then simply unlock your car door (the old fashioned way) and jump start your vehicle. You should then be up and running.

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Biugan Tamales

In addition to what Turnernewholland has said, better to keep a spare key remote just in case.

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