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Overheated don't start - 1992 Audi 100

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    yadayada Jul 02, 2010

    u have burned the engine up!

  • Obertelli
    Obertelli Jul 02, 2010

    Does the engine turn freely when you operate the starter?

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Head gasket - take the oil cap off ad if there creamy looking oil the this is what it is - you will eed a eww egine or rebuild the old one

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