Is it an antitheft radio ?
If so you will need the unlock code for it to turn it back on, if it's an antitheft system it will say it on the front of it somewhere, with such systems even disconnecting the battery will shut it down till the unlock code is punched in.
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Blinking your now in limp mode Your looking at the APP for the souce of fault. Once the APP has detected a fault your VDIM( vehicle Dynamics Intergrated Management system controls function such as ABS, w/EBD,BA,ECB,HAC,TRAC and VSC this allow operation together. ) gets disabled. Have the APP sensor troubleshooted. it is part of throttle pedal assembly and is not serviceable.
I'm afraid that the warranties provided by Toyota in the U.S. for the 36 month period are limited only to the U.S. according to their website and that the warranty honored depends on the local Toyota dealer.
So, if the local Qatar dealer is saying this, then it probably is something that falls under local policy.
I am pretty sure they are a different part... I'm assuming you have a fuel pump for an 06 laying around? You could always call your dealer and get the part number for the 5.7 pump and compare it to the part number on your 06 pump. Unfortunately, I'm pretty sure they are different and you really won't have a choice but to fork out the $600.
As a side note, however, I would really discourage an aftermarket pump. Toyotas in general really do not like aftermarket parts. While they may work for a little while, they can cause other (seemingly unrelated) problems that eventually trace back to an aftermarket part. Even spark plug wires make all the difference.
I would demand the system be replace, The system goes for over 1500.00 dollars and No one outside of ford can fix it because there is no parts available. I would call ford customer service hot line to file a complaint against the dealer. You are not getting the customer satisfaction you deserve.
The dealer is going to keep putting it off and when the warranty runs out then they will magically know what to replace.
Stay active on Ford to replace the unit.