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CAR WONT GO IN REVERSE -WAS STUCK IN SNOW AND ICE TRY TO ROCK THE CAR OUT OF THE ICE AND SNOW BY GOING BACK AND FOWARD WITH NO LUCK THEIR SEEM TO BE SOME GREEN RADIATOR FLUID LEAKING OUT AND THE CAR STOP GOING IN REVERSE. BUT IT SEEM AS IF THE WEELS WAS ENGAGE

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