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Do you electrical power? Are the head lights working? Are they as bright as they should be? If not check the battery. If they are does the engine crank when you try to start it? If not check the starter. If it does try spraying some starter fluid on the air filter. Try and start it again. If it then runs and shuts down after a second or two you have a fuel issue. Is the check engine light on? If it is you may a sensor related issue causing the engine to not start.
These engines have a self-diagnostic system built in. Find a manual on how to engage this self-diagnostic - you jump a couple of leads in a junction box and then count the number of times the check engine light blinks in succession. Refer to the Toyota manual for identifying what system is affected. Sounds like a critical component is out - fuel pump perhaps. Don't quess - use the diagnostic system.
Sounds like a loose or burnt wire going from the transmission to the engine. Please try to remember who changed the oil last and ask them if they will look for a loose or burnt wire. The professional oil changers get in a hurry and might have hit an important wire to the transmission. How many miles would help answer the question more thoroughly.
If you are loosing the heat generated by the exhaust will cause the turbo to loose power. That means a leakage. Check the engine oil level and quality too! Even if the engine overheats the check engine red light will come ON, so check the coolant level too..........sodeep
Hi when the engine management light comes on the car goes into what you call " limp mode " designed to get the car to a safe place garage ect.. with restricted power, you need to have the car put on a diagnostic machine to determin the true problem. Hope this helps