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I changed engine it ran it would rev up and down and cut off

I changed throttle body and the ecm and the fuel pump and the main fuse checked all the fueses and looked at the wireing to make sure there was no lose grounds and now the car wont run at all

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Check the coolant temperature sensor. Best wishes.

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