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Old 04 Jan 2005, 05:49 pm   #1 (permalink)
Harry Avant
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When I bought my 2004 Camry, I did not want to have the "factory
installed" alarm, so it was supposedy removed prior to delivery. Today
at a stop to return some books as I was getting out of the car the
horn started beeping the the emergecy flasher lights went on. I had to
get back in the car and restart the engine which stopped all of the
show and tell. Question: Why did this happen if I an supposed to have
a vehicle without an alarm? My key chain does not have an alarm
button. Car is a 2000 4 cyl LE.



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Old 04 Jan 2005, 06:24 pm   #2 (permalink)
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The key fob for my 2003 doesn't have an alarm button --- but the car has an
OEM alarm installed. If they indeed took it out then perhaps you hit the
panic button on the back of the fob. To see if alarm is still there - while
inside with car running lower the window, get out and lock the doors with
the fob then reach inside adn open the door with the handle. If the horn
doesn't go off then they indeed removed the alarm. It is a good 3 hour job
to remove the alarm system since both sides of the dash and the center
console has to be removed - on an 03 the center console is actually
different to accommodate the VIP blinking lisht.

"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:41db2a04.19791078@news.west.earthlink.net...
> When I bought my 2004 Camry, I did not want to have the "factory
> installed" alarm, so it was supposedy removed prior to delivery. Today
> at a stop to return some books as I was getting out of the car the
> horn started beeping the the emergecy flasher lights went on. I had to
> get back in the car and restart the engine which stopped all of the
> show and tell. Question: Why did this happen if I an supposed to have
> a vehicle without an alarm? My key chain does not have an alarm
> button. Car is a 2000 4 cyl LE.
>
>
>



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Old 05 Jan 2005, 01:02 pm   #3 (permalink)
Harry Avant
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Thank you, I'll try it and see it I indeed did hit the panic button.
Funny but untill I read your post I'd forgotten about the panic button
on the backside of the fob.


"Wolfgang" <NOwolfgangdieterSPAM@cox.net> wrote:

>The key fob for my 2003 doesn't have an alarm button --- but the car has an
>OEM alarm installed. If they indeed took it out then perhaps you hit the
>panic button on the back of the fob. To see if alarm is still there - while
>inside with car running lower the window, get out and lock the doors with
>the fob then reach inside adn open the door with the handle. If the horn
>doesn't go off then they indeed removed the alarm. It is a good 3 hour job
>to remove the alarm system since both sides of the dash and the center
>console has to be removed - on an 03 the center console is actually
>different to accommodate the VIP blinking lisht.
>
>"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
>news:41db2a04.19791078@news.west.earthlink.net. ..
>> When I bought my 2004 Camry, I did not want to have the "factory
>> installed" alarm, so it was supposedy removed prior to delivery. Today
>> at a stop to return some books as I was getting out of the car the
>> horn started beeping the the emergecy flasher lights went on. I had to
>> get back in the car and restart the engine which stopped all of the
>> show and tell. Question: Why did this happen if I an supposed to have
>> a vehicle without an alarm? My key chain does not have an alarm
>> button. Car is a 2000 4 cyl LE.
>>
>>
>>

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Old 11 Jan 2005, 06:40 pm   #4 (permalink)
Wolfgang
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Default Re: No alarm alarm

SO after testing is the alarm actually installed?

"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
news:41dc38e9.1631281@news.west.earthlink.net...
> Thank you, I'll try it and see it I indeed did hit the panic button.
> Funny but untill I read your post I'd forgotten about the panic button
> on the backside of the fob.
>
>
> "Wolfgang" <NOwolfgangdieterSPAM@cox.net> wrote:
>
>>The key fob for my 2003 doesn't have an alarm button --- but the car has
>>an
>>OEM alarm installed. If they indeed took it out then perhaps you hit the
>>panic button on the back of the fob. To see if alarm is still there -
>>while
>>inside with car running lower the window, get out and lock the doors with
>>the fob then reach inside adn open the door with the handle. If the horn
>>doesn't go off then they indeed removed the alarm. It is a good 3 hour
>>job
>>to remove the alarm system since both sides of the dash and the center
>>console has to be removed - on an 03 the center console is actually
>>different to accommodate the VIP blinking lisht.
>>
>>"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
>>news:41db2a04.19791078@news.west.earthlink.net.. .
>>> When I bought my 2004 Camry, I did not want to have the "factory
>>> installed" alarm, so it was supposedy removed prior to delivery. Today
>>> at a stop to return some books as I was getting out of the car the
>>> horn started beeping the the emergecy flasher lights went on. I had to
>>> get back in the car and restart the engine which stopped all of the
>>> show and tell. Question: Why did this happen if I an supposed to have
>>> a vehicle without an alarm? My key chain does not have an alarm
>>> button. Car is a 2000 4 cyl LE.
>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
>>

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Old 11 Jan 2005, 07:48 pm   #5 (permalink)
Harry Avant
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Don't know. It's been to wet to go outside to find out. Will let you
know.


"Wolfgang" <NOwolfgangdieterSPAM@cox.net> wrote:

>SO after testing is the alarm actually installed?
>
>"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
>news:41dc38e9.1631281@news.west.earthlink.net.. .
>> Thank you, I'll try it and see it I indeed did hit the panic button.
>> Funny but untill I read your post I'd forgotten about the panic button
>> on the backside of the fob.
>>
>>
>> "Wolfgang" <NOwolfgangdieterSPAM@cox.net> wrote:
>>
>>>The key fob for my 2003 doesn't have an alarm button --- but the car has
>>>an
>>>OEM alarm installed. If they indeed took it out then perhaps you hit the
>>>panic button on the back of the fob. To see if alarm is still there -
>>>while
>>>inside with car running lower the window, get out and lock the doors with
>>>the fob then reach inside adn open the door with the handle. If the horn
>>>doesn't go off then they indeed removed the alarm. It is a good 3 hour
>>>job
>>>to remove the alarm system since both sides of the dash and the center
>>>console has to be removed - on an 03 the center console is actually
>>>different to accommodate the VIP blinking lisht.
>>>
>>>"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
>>>news:41db2a04.19791078@news.west.earthlink.net. ..
>>>> When I bought my 2004 Camry, I did not want to have the "factory
>>>> installed" alarm, so it was supposedy removed prior to delivery. Today
>>>> at a stop to return some books as I was getting out of the car the
>>>> horn started beeping the the emergecy flasher lights went on. I had to
>>>> get back in the car and restart the engine which stopped all of the
>>>> show and tell. Question: Why did this happen if I an supposed to have
>>>> a vehicle without an alarm? My key chain does not have an alarm
>>>> button. Car is a 2000 4 cyl LE.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>

>>

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Old 12 Jan 2005, 05:51 pm   #6 (permalink)
Harry Avant
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Default Re: No alarm alarm

No alarm. Finally had a chance to perform the test and there is no
alarm. Ok by me since I didn't want or pay for it.



havant@earthlink.net (Harry Avant) wrote:

>Don't know. It's been to wet to go outside to find out. Will let you
>know.
>
>
>"Wolfgang" <NOwolfgangdieterSPAM@cox.net> wrote:
>
>>SO after testing is the alarm actually installed?
>>
>>"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
>>news:41dc38e9.1631281@news.west.earthlink.net. ..
>>> Thank you, I'll try it and see it I indeed did hit the panic button.
>>> Funny but untill I read your post I'd forgotten about the panic button
>>> on the backside of the fob.
>>>
>>>
>>> "Wolfgang" <NOwolfgangdieterSPAM@cox.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>>The key fob for my 2003 doesn't have an alarm button --- but the car has
>>>>an
>>>>OEM alarm installed. If they indeed took it out then perhaps you hit the
>>>>panic button on the back of the fob. To see if alarm is still there -
>>>>while
>>>>inside with car running lower the window, get out and lock the doors with
>>>>the fob then reach inside adn open the door with the handle. If the horn
>>>>doesn't go off then they indeed removed the alarm. It is a good 3 hour
>>>>job
>>>>to remove the alarm system since both sides of the dash and the center
>>>>console has to be removed - on an 03 the center console is actually
>>>>different to accommodate the VIP blinking lisht.
>>>>
>>>>"Harry Avant" <havant@earthlink.net> wrote in message
>>>>news:41db2a04.19791078@news.west.earthlink.net ...
>>>>> When I bought my 2004 Camry, I did not want to have the "factory
>>>>> installed" alarm, so it was supposedy removed prior to delivery. Today
>>>>> at a stop to return some books as I was getting out of the car the
>>>>> horn started beeping the the emergecy flasher lights went on. I had to
>>>>> get back in the car and restart the engine which stopped all of the
>>>>> show and tell. Question: Why did this happen if I an supposed to have
>>>>> a vehicle without an alarm? My key chain does not have an alarm
>>>>> button. Car is a 2000 4 cyl LE.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>

>>
>>

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