Salvador Caetano's "distance diagnosis" of the engine light fault caused us to remove what was later confirmed by Toyota as a perfectly good fuel pump.
Access to the fuel pump was extremely difficult taking over five hours of a skilled engineer's time and requiring the removal of the injectors and dismantling of part of a healthy engine.
The reason we were asked to remove the fuel pump is that Salvador Caetano told us that it would need recalibrating and re-setting owing to us having run low on diesel - not "out of diesel" - we had only run "low on diesel".
It is only fair to ask Toyota Salvador Caetano these questions:
Why was the engine designed so that the fuel pump had to be removed to be recalibrated?
Why were the engine hatches designed so that access to the fuel pump was so difficult?
Why does a huge company like Salvador Caetano recommend Midland Battery Specialists as the only place in Britain capable of recalibrating and resetting a fuel pump?