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After the mechanic finished replacing the engine, we tried to turn it on and it did but it was jerking and not steady so i called a re wire specialist. Two plugs were bringing light and the other two wasn’t, later he replaced the ecm with another and it turned on and the throttle opened. Due to disagreement he removed the ecm from the car(just imagine) okay the next day after our feud the previous day he reinstalled the ecm and turn on the car, it did turn on but the ecm was becoming so hot he had to remove it, now he’s asking me to get engine wire harness, I need help pls , is it really the engine wire harness that is stopping my car to function or what pls I need urgent help thanks
 

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After the mechanic finished replacing the engine, we tried to turn it on and it did but it was jerking and not steady so i called a re wire specialist. Two plugs were bringing light and the other two wasn’t, later he replaced the ecm with another and it turned on and the throttle opened. Due to disagreement he removed the ecm from the car(just imagine) okay the next day after our feud the previous day he reinstalled the ecm and turn on the car, it did turn on but the ecm was becoming so hot he had to remove it, now he’s asking me to get engine wire harness, I need help pls , is it really the engine wire harness that is stopping my car to function or what pls I need urgent help thanks
Sounds like a classic case of a weak or broken piston return spring, causing locambulatory feedback. This re-routed feedback is sent through the primary polycyclic encaptolography, effectively eliminating nearly all perceived relative phase eddies, hence, your problem is magnified. Another thing to consider, they do not operate via undulative quantum matrices if the hypermodal sort, they instead operate on polyhedrocatbonate nanoquantum combobulater phasers.

Locambulatory feedback in excess of 22.3 megahertz results in a series of hypermodal undulative quantum matricies, negatively affecting your ECM.

Get that minor problem corrected, and your car will run like it is new.
 

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Sounds like a classic case of a weak or broken piston return spring, causing locambulatory feedback. This re-routed feedback is sent through the primary polycyclic encaptolography, effectively eliminating nearly all perceived relative phase eddies, hence, your problem is magnified. Another thing to consider, they do not operate via undulative quantum matrices if the hypermodal sort, they instead operate on polyhedrocatbonate nanoquantum combobulater phasers.

Locambulatory feedback in excess of 22.3 megahertz results in a series of hypermodal undulative quantum matricies, negatively affecting your ECM.

Get that minor problem corrected, and your car will run like it is new.
could you kindly break it down in simpler form so I understand better thanks
 

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Uh, that WAS the simpler form.............beyond that you don't have a car problem, you have a mechanic one. He couldn't do the job so he did what all the incompetents do, or blame the computer as it cannot possibly be him.

Blaming the computer is the mark of an incompetent mech. Sounds like the guy either mismatched the engine to the computer or messed it up doing the work.
 
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