Car beep sound while locking and unlocking

The car lock/unlock beep sound is still happening even after trying the trick of pressing both lock-unlock button at the same time and holding for few seconds. Can this feature be not disabled for toyota this way?

My car has 185 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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Hi there. Since your car is brand new, it is probably best to contact the dealership you purchased the vehicle from to receive a suggestion on how to resolve this issue. To my knowledge however, in previous years Camry’s, the unlock beeping option is not able to disable.

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The beeping is actually a safety feature that`s designed to remind you to close your doors. It`s called an “audible warning signal,” and it`s required by federal law on all cars made since 1968.
Electrical problems, such as faulty switches, sensors, relays, or loose and damaged wires, can cause various issues, including failure to start, stalling, blown fuses, bad lighting, or a dead battery. To draw your attention to the problem, your car will beep.
This is a safety feature to prevent you from accidentally draining the car`s battery. Key Reminder: Some cars also have a key reminder system that beeps if the key is still in the ignition when you turn off the engine.
Check your batteries. Most systems continuously beep to alert you that batteries need to be changed. This is true for both security panels and detectors. Go through your home, and test all batteries associated with your security system using a battery tester.
Reasons Why Your Car Won`t Beep When You Lock It. One of the most common reasons might be that the alarm was disabled, or the beep was disabled. The beep can be enabled by checking your alarm`s manual.
They don`t. Most car manufacturers added that feature with the use of remote/keyless fobs to indicate the vehicle is locked. Not all do it.
According to the manual. .. 4 beeps means “something is still open“… like a door or an engine lid or hood.
Use Your Key and Both Lock And Unlock The Driver`s Side Door

Some vehicles are wired so that their alarms go off when they detect certain doors opening. Locking and unlocking the driver`s side door can reset the switch and cause the alarm to cease.

Sounds like the ignition switch thinks your key is still in and doesn`t want you to lock your keys in the car. I would check the contact block on the ignition switch.

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