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2010 Laredo transmission overheating and car won't start.

2010 jeep Cherokee Laredo. Light says transmission overheated. Car won't start.

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It needs service, big time.
did you scan it cranking with a scan tool?
did engine overheat at any time?
did it stall? at any time. (before no start)

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