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Blew a radiator hose. Slight overheat. Fixed it. Would start initially but die when given throttle. Now will not start, just chugs like not getting fuel.

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A couple scenarios- none of them exactly cheap.
1- Head gasket blew or corroded; did it overheat at all recently? It may show a cylinder or two as mis-firing.
2- manifold leak. Are you also getting a lean error code?
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If you open the cap on the radiator hose with engine cold, or if you happen to have a radiator with a conventional cap, is there any oil film or sludge? Is there any on the dipstick/crankcase? If so, there "might be" a crack i nthe engine block. If you leave the cap off the hose or the radiator and start it cold- if you suddenly get a geyser of coolant- the problem is likely a cracked head or the head gasket is the issue.

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A split radiator hose will cause the coolant water from your radiator to leak out thus causing your car to overheat and 'die' on you for certain!
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRIVE YOUR CAR without a cooling system: with a cooled motor, you need to get this hose fixed and refill your radiator. Also get other engine parts checked as extreme overheating could also cause Cylinder Head and/or Gasket and Engine block cracks.

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A blown hose was either old, or I suspect the thermostat is not opening. Did you follow the method to clear air pockets in the cooling system when refilling it?
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