I have a 05 toyota corolla with remote start that dont work when you press the button it only turns over a little bit

Asked by Nov 13, 2014 at 01:32 AM about the 2005 Toyota Corolla LE

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If it starts with the key the old fashioned way then the remote start is probably junk.

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When you press these buttons, the parking lights should flash 2 times. Press the start button and your car should be warm and toasty! Please note that certain other brands will have a “kill switch” under the dash that will accomplish this also. Many times customers will accidentally bump this switch during day to day driving, causing the remote starter to go into valet mode. This is easily corrected in most cases by simply flipping the switch in the other direction. Please refer to your owners manual for instructions on how to get your particular starter in and out of valet mode.

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