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Error on my navigation system - Land Cruiser

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Hi there,

I recently bought a Toyota Land Cruiser 2014 overseas and had a problem with navigation system, I am getting a message "A Program Cannot Be Read, Please consult a dealer" , I send it to Toyota official service centre but they cannot do anything about, tried to contact Toyota Japan but nothing as well. 

I bought it second hand I do not even know who is the main dealer to contact, tried to search line using part number but was not successful.

I attached all the images of navigation system and the dealer number.

I will really appreciate if someone can point me to the right direction.

Thanks,

Marc

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If your car is an import it wont work on Australian roads even if you get it to work ,rip it out and change it 

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8 hours ago, sportivo2007 said:

If your car is an import it wont work on Australian roads even if you get it to work ,rip it out and change it 

I'm assuming the OP is not in Australia as they have a LHD car...

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16 hours ago, Hiro said:

I'm assuming the OP is not in Australia as they have a LHD car...

My bad i thought his in Australia 

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Yes the car is not in Australia. 

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