Question about 1994 Toyota Corolla
Replacing not so new(but not stock) cd player with my own and adding a subwoofer,
A '94 didn't have a stock alarm system that would engage the killswitch. If you/previous owner installed an alarm you should verify how to reset it b4 disconnecting battery.
Posted on Oct 24, 2012
Testimonial: "so in theory the alarm itself will be a problem as opposed to the killswitch? i have the clicker and all, so i would still have to reset it, or would the clicker still be controlling the alarm and killsitch?"
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