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My 2000 dodge neon was running hot on yesterday. So today while I was filling up the radiator with coolant I started to hear hear this loud noise from somewhere in the engine compartment, I immediately turned the car off. Now there is a pool of coolant under the car and it will not start. Can someone please provide me with some insight?

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Check your oil dip stick and see if the oil is milk chocolate color or not. If it is, probably a blown head gasket. the oil is mixing with the coolent and may be leaking out the head area onto the ground. If you had the engine running and it backed out the overflow, it may be the thermostat stuck and the engine backed it out because it could not circulate the coolant and keep the engine cool. If the thermostat hasn't been changed recently, that should fix the problem.

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