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My car overheated due to a radiator hose break.

I repaired the hose , replaced the coolant and the car ran fine last night. I went to start the vihicle this morning and discovered the colnat was low. I added more collant and the car will not start.

The was some additional white exhaust coming from the engine last night, but it ran fine and posed now problem. It ran alittle rougher but smmothed out later on.

I went out to start the vehcle this morning and now it will not start.

Do you now what the problem may be. The temparature gauge reads nornal on the vehicle.

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Sounds like you blew a head gasket or cracked the head it will be expensive to repair. anytime you have white smoke coming out the exhaust you have water in the conbustion chamber.

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