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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.
Sounds like a bad battery. If the battery is OK than lock and unlock your Toyota with your fob. If it is still dead than take the better terminal cables off and touch the negative and positive cables together while both are disconnected and away from battery terminals. Should reset your anti theft system. Connect the cables back and try to start. again. If no crank likely bad battery. If battery is OK but no crank then it is the starter.
It is assumed you disconnected the battery when the starter was changed. If so, see posted solutions related to battery replacement or battery being disconnected for a while. Usually after a few days of driving the computer will reset the idle.
you can reset it with an OBD scanner from a parts store or simply disconnect your battery for about 30 minutes and then reconnect. this will allow the computer to loose its memory and start over. Similar to shutting down a PC and rebooting.