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Engine is not turning even with a good battery. Dealer said motor is blown. It seems unusual for an engine with less than 25,00 mi

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Yes very rare.To engine getting blown with so much less miles.I suggest the engine reinspected by another garage expert.
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Posted on Nov 29, 2012

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Yes it is your problem starter isn't engaging however you will need to have it replaced.Properly jack up car have two axle stands properly support the car with those in position.Disconnected the battery before attempting to start removal of starter.Now located the starter beside your oil pan with the positive battery terminal going to it and disconnect it along with the other solenoid wire.Now remove both starter housing bolts and pull out your starter.Be sure to make sure all wires and bolts are tight when you reinstall your used or manufactured starter from your choice of purchase.Merry Christmas.John

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Yes its possible that fuel pressure is getting low or fuel filter is getting clogged or the O2 sensors are getting hot, O2 sensors when get weak, they get hot and loose communication with cars computer and due to that car stops controlling fuel and this can be problem.Also there are other possibilities like, faulty or dirty, IAC valve or dirty throttle body.Getting all this possibilities inspected, checked will point towards the cause of problem.--------- This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.

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