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I disconnect the battery and the car does not start up

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Hi Adnan.
You said that you been informed that the gas kit was replaced !!!!!!
what gas kit they talking about? and is your toyota been serviced by an expert?
anyway, what happened is that the ECU has lost the idle position for some reason.
you just need to do this: with ignition off, pull out the 20 amp EFI fuse, located in the fuse box under the hood, for 2 minutes, then put it back, start the engine and let it idle, wait till the engine warm up, drive and enjoy.
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