The dealership is going to tell you that this kit is going to have to be ordered complete. They usually do not allow ordering of only a single part of the kit. I handle these situations by calling the dealership and asking to speak to the Sales Manager. The moment you get them involved he will jump on the salesman's back. Since a big part of any salesman is repeat business. And if the salesman is lagging on getting back in touch with you since he already got his commission check. Then give the issue a little push.
It is best not to involve any company or suppliers outside of the actual dealership that you handled the purchase of the vehicle. Unless you have to. And if it came to that then you should call Toyota Headquarters and really push the issue. Since worst case scenario you'd be stuck on the side of the road with your hands in your pockets since the dealership that sold you the vehicle refused to supply all the parts needed in case of an emergency. The last place anyone wants to be is sitting in their car late at night on the side of the highway with other vehicles passing by at 60+mph.
I wanted to make sure to put an emphasis on the safety concern. Hope I did a good job at that.
In the mean time I did manage to stumble upon this I'm not sure if your compressor is the same one or not since this car is an imported from Germany.
The dealership should have supplied you with the proper English documentation. What if something happens that you need to reference the manual? Or if a light illuminates on the cluster that you don't recognize and it ends up being a ""low oil"" light or
"low coolant" light and you end up stranded or even worse, damaging the vehicle when it could have been avoided?! (This is just an extreme example)
I also believe it's against the rules for a dealership to sell a vehicle without the spare kits complete (not 100% sure on that). But I do know for a fact that every vehicle sold, if it is sold
as is or
certified it still must go through an inspection from a "certified" technician and that checklist involves checking to ensure that all the components in the spare kit are there and work.