locked my keys in the car. I had to call pop alock to open it for me. now the car want start. how do i get my car to start


Asked by Mar 01, 2013 at 05:45 PM about the 1997 Toyota Camry XLE V6

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i am not sure it has an anti brake system but it does have an anti theft system. when pop a lock open the door. bt the anti theft system it was like some broke in the car. so can you tell me what do i need to do

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I don't know what to do either, so I would disconnect the battery for a moment, then reconnect it. somehow this strange procedure resets it right.


Yes, the car "thinks" it was broken into so it shut down. I'd suggest calling your local Toyota dealer. They'll know what to do. HTH. -Jim

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