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Need to replace main computer or sensor in 2002 aerio. mechanic started the job and now says he can't get the part. any suggestions?

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There is no such thing as can't...It may take a lot of work to find one but there has to be parts somewhere. Often parts are "back-ordered" and unless you can find one in a scrapyard, you just need to be patient and wait. No shop wants a customers car to "live with them" forever, so I'm sure they will make an effort to find you one. You likely have more invested in this so if you get specific details on exactly what you need (there is a big difference between a computer and a sensor) you can search online as well or scour local scrapyards.
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