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Car won't start!

2.6ltr clutch replaced now car won't start
shop says it could be brain but not sure
can not hook it up to a scope unless it is running?
What should I do?
It ran before clutch went out.

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Ok first off any good mechanic can diagnose a no start problem and most places just assume its the computer because they don't know how to diagnose the problem. The computer buy the way is the least likely cause  and if it started before you took it to the shop they are responsible for fixing it . More than likely its just a wire that did not get plugged in or a sensor went out from setting Or a switch that is miss adjusted or God knows what but it can be diagnosed if your trained .Look for the (ASE) certified sign.                                       (Automotive Service Excellence)     -Will

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