Tech experts say the Obama administration faces a daunting challenge in trying to fix the troubled ObamaCare enrollment website by the end of November.

Trying to fix a complex website once it’s already online is like liking trying to repair a car while it’s driving 50 miles per hour, one observer said.

“You can probably make corrections in the code, but if they needed months to test the process before, I don’t see how you can say that you’re going to be able to have it up and running in a couple weeks,” said Jon Wu, an analyst and co-founder of consumer finance site Value Penguin.

Technical problems have prevented people from signing up for insurance through the exchanges, threatening to derail the implementation of the president’s signature policy achievement.

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