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Need new engine. Was running fine. Driving down the road and she died. Had her towed. My mechanic told me I need a new engine. It has 101k miles and has been taken care of.

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  • Kodi Standlee May 11, 2010

    find out exactly why it died? what caused it to quit running, what was his reason for saying it needs a new engine? there could be a million reasons a motor quits running and none of them would include an entirely bad motor

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