Question about 1999 Chevrolet Lumina
If it will not turn over then you have overheated the engine to the point that it has seized or there is coolant in the combustion chamber which is more than likely the cause. More than likely you have blown a head gasket. Replacing a sensor will not solve this problem. You will need the help of a professional as the head gaskets will more than likely have to be replaced and the cause of the overheating found.
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