My battery went dead and now the alarm has frozen the car so I can not start it. what do i do?

annieg1221
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Asked by annieg1221 May 01, 2007 at 02:11 PM about the 1997 Toyota Camry LE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My grandson put the key in the ignition and somehow got the alarm to freeze the car so it will not start even with a jump, how do I bypass the alarm to get it to start? Pressing the alarm button before starting does not work.

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LouB
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Hi annieg! You will need the dealer to get involved to reset your anti theft system. Have your registration (or your VIN# in some other form) in hand and give your local Toyota Service Manager on the phone. He'll tell you what's involved in resetting the system. Good luck!

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