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The car was started and it cannot steam on. it get off immediately?

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No engine, power?
the engine, stalls, hot or cold. engine.? or both?>
what engine option>? size?
got and A/T ? automatic trans,
does it slip, , RPM rises fast (engine) and MPH dead (no go)?

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