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my name is Dan Pelleg and I'm living in....Israel. Owning an LC200 TD 2008, I'd thought I'd get a very good car (following 2 Prado's). unfortunately I'm running into issues which the local dealer and the Toyota techies are not managing to resolve

-when car is cold in the morning it has difficulties to start. once it does start, sometimes out of the blue, on the freeway, the engine shuts down w/o warning

-when standing on slanted street (diagonal/uphill) in D, the car slides backwards

tks for any fruitfull inputs


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