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I believe my truck overheated and my engine froze I would like to know how to turn the engine over and to repair it

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You might have a chance to repair this engine. Remove all of the sparkplugs, use a can of WD40 of similar lube, give each cylinder a good blast. Use a breaker bar and the appropriate socket to "work" the engine back and forth via the harmonic balancer bolt. Once you have the engine to the point where you can rotate it fairly easy, you can put the plugs back in and try to start it.

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