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How Do You Disable The Factory Alarm In A 1999 Toyota Avalon

The factory alarm in my 1999 toyota avalon continues to go off. I have tried leaving the key in the on position whilst connecting the positive battery but that does not work. I do have the little re...

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Johnny Combs
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How To Disconnect Car Alarm On A 1998 Toyota Avalon

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Andyydna
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Check Engine Light And Vsc Lights On

Went to the autozone for the above problem and they gave me the code P0456. Where do I go from here? Please help.thanks

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Motorola Connector To Iphone In Car?

I was wondering if there exists a cable such that I can connect one end to where the antenna used to connect (motorola connector), and can connect the other end into an iphone with a standard audio ja...

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Temitayo Akeem
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I Have A 2006 Toyota Avalon Car That I Misplaced The Ignition Remote,i Brou...

Could this be wiring or immobilizer problem or what exactly can be done to solve this problem?

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About the Toyota Avalon

Toyota built its first full-sized sedan, the Avalon, to fill the gap left by the cancellation of the upper mid-sized Cressida. First released in 1994, the Avalon is based on the Camry platform but is much roomier and more luxurious. The Toyota Avalon is Toyota's answer to big American cars.

The Avalon, and the Cressida before it, brought a few automotive innovations to the market. For instance, it was the first car to have a built-in 115V AC power inverter.

The Avalon sells well in the U.S., but attempts to market it overseas have failed, and it has been discontinued in places like Japan and Australia.

The Avalon has been criticized throughout its life for having boring, conservative styling, and is seen as an example of Toyota's uncreative design department. However, the latest version of the Avalon is much more stylish and contemporary.