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My bighorn is 1998 moder turbo diesel. I was running around 80 kph and engine suddenly stop. Tried to restart but engine failed to run.

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My bighorn is 1998 moder turbo diesel
-this may because of the seizure of the engine. the piston may got seized with the liner. this happens because the engine oil is not sufficient to lubricate the moving parts. try to service the engine that is the only way for getting back the engine and keep a good track of yout engine oil

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