I have a 1998 Toyota Avalon. If I go to start the car the alarm will go off and the car will not start. Even if the alarm is disabled it does the same thing. Is there a way to disable the alarm on the car maybe my a fuse or a switch or something so that I don't have to worry about this?
Posted by cartwright... on
disable alarm on 96 avalon
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
the correct firing order for 1998 toyota avalon with a six cylinder engine
Posted by davesarti on
1998 Toyota Avalon XLS 3.0 liter DOHC V-6 (1MZ-FE)
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Posted on Oct 02, 2010
1998 toyota Avalon, the car alarm is going off when opening the drivers door manually with the key (remote is broke) and then the car will not start.
Posted by stewartdes... on
Same here... I have a 1998 Toyota Avalon XL. My car battery died. Replaced my car battery, but found out that when you unplug and plug the car battery with this car it engages in security mode (I have factory car alarm). This disables the engine and wont let you turn the ignition aka start the car engine until the remote (keyless entry) "UNLOCK" is applied. My remote is also lost so I cannot disable the alarm.
The only thing I can think of to do is unplug the battery again to disable everything (car alarms are annoying...) and call the dealer to pick the car up and perform the diagnosis. Most likely they will offer you another keyless (ugh... expensive) and/or you could ask to disable the factory car alarm.
I know thats not much help but it seems to be the only option from what I researched currently....
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
The spring on the gas fuel tank door on my Toyota "Camry" 1998 is broken. How can I fix it or replace the spring? Thanks.
Go to your nearest Toyota dealer. Purchase this part number: 77360-22020; approx 4 dollars.
Open the fuel door. Being careful, remove the leftover plastic that is hooked by the door hinge. Insert the new spring assembly under the slot, and press it in until it clicks into place. Very easy to do.
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Posted on Nov 21, 2008
where is crank sensor located
Posted by tmac848 on
v6 's is by the frot crank shaft area & 4 cyl engines are on the blocks mid way lower area near the oil pan
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
need a wiring diagram or routing for the third brake light
Posted by Mark Mark on
Here is the diagram courtesy of AutoZone.com
Posted on May 08, 2013
I can't shift the accelerator selector from Park mode. The shift button is stuck.
Posted by ajonelg on
Probably shift interlock solenoid.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
1998 Toyota Avalon with power door locks, front right lock does not work, rest of locks work together but right front stopped, you can hear it try but just won't turn so have to manually lock and unlock, any idea what part needed?
Posted by teresa... on
Check this site out
you need the passenger side door lock assembly kit.
There is one posted for sale in the US on this site. just scroll down for the following information and link
Used 1998 Toyota Avalon passenger door lock assembly 1998 Toyota Avalon
passenger door lock assembly
this is the part that surrounds the lock driver side. Car color is green cary, North Carolina 27513
The solenoid or actuator arm for the door lock assembly is probably not working to full spec.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
need spark plug wiring diagram and firing order
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Posted on Mar 01, 2010
possable fix 1998 toyota avalon p0402 egr valve
Posted by caymahalle... on
most of the time i see this code you want to check the vacume switching valve for the egr ,i hardly see it where the egr is the issue you may want a mechanic to check this you can check it yourself but you would need toyota diagnostic specific info where you would need to apply voltage to the sensor and check the operation of the valve restricting or letting air flow hope this helps
Posted on May 09, 2009
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