1998 Camry RS3000 Alarm fuse

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Old 19 Apr 2004, 01:25 am   #1 (permalink)
Bill McLaughlin
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Default 1998 Camry RS3000 Alarm fuse

Hello all. I just bought a 1998 Camry with the factory RS3000 alarm.
The car did not come with a remote entry key FOB. However, I was told
that the alarm should still arm when I take out the key. I don't see
any kind of light on the alarm indicator come on though. I am planning
on ordering a new key FOB but since they are so expensive I want to
make sure the alarm/entry works before I do. Does anyone know which is
the power wire or which fuse this is normally on?

Thanks.
Bill
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Old 19 Apr 2004, 06:35 pm   #2 (permalink)
Wolfgang
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Default Re: 1998 Camry RS3000 Alarm fuse

Order them used off of ebay for $5-20 each. You need the FCC # though to
get the right ones (may be the same for all of that model year???) It may
have been programmed for active NOT passive arming. Try closing all doors
with drivers window down and locking doors --- then turn the key to front of
car. The alarm light should come on - reach in window and unloc/open the
door and alarn should go off. Insert key in steering column to turn horn
off. This is how the 2003 works any how. You need the fob to change to
passive mode.

"Bill McLaughlin" <mcbill20@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hello all. I just bought a 1998 Camry with the factory RS3000 alarm.
> The car did not come with a remote entry key FOB. However, I was told
> that the alarm should still arm when I take out the key. I don't see
> any kind of light on the alarm indicator come on though. I am planning
> on ordering a new key FOB but since they are so expensive I want to
> make sure the alarm/entry works before I do. Does anyone know which is
> the power wire or which fuse this is normally on?
>
> Thanks.
> Bill



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