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Question Details Asked:Mar 07, 2009 - 08:12 AMStatus:Closed
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You have to let the engine cool down for a considerable period of time. It sounds like the engine may have siezed up.You need to inspect for damage.You could have a blown headgasket,blown radiator ,or worse.Good luck.
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