Re: Toyota Alarm Question




"Johnny" <n@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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"Joe" <nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Secondly most annoying of all - what are you supposed to do when you have
a
passenger and want to leave them in the car while you go to pay for
petrol
or into a shop? In the petrol scenario, I fill the car up go to pay and
the
alarm arms itself and goes off when the passenger moves! Surely there is
no
logic to that?

It shouldn't arm itself after you've stopped the engine and shut the
doors.
The only time it arms itself is if it was alarmed, and then you disarm it
and don't start the car up.

I believe that the security system can be programmed several ways. By
default, it should arm itself if you shut off the engine and lock the doors.

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Ray O
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