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Brain box failing

The timing belt cut and bent the valve, after changing the inlet valves, we started the engine and fired it after some minute the ignition off and stop working. We replaced the brain box with another it started after some minutes again it stop and did not start agin. What could be the problem? The engine or what could be damaging the brain box?

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If it is a high mileage engine I would say not advisable. Why would you replace the rings? Low compression? Oil Burning?

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