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Why car won't start after the gear box was taken down to replace the seal which was leaking

Have the agent reset the inmobilizer but the car start and runs for 30 seconds and dies

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Hi Henry, Without knowing the make and year of the vehicle I'm shooting in the dark, but maybe on target? On recent vehicles, even back as far as the mid nineties there are a number of electrical and electronic management connections to the gear box. it could be you're dealing with a bad connection or damaged circuit. Check the area where the recent work was carried out. Regards John

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