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My car had a oil change then was driving, it was making grinding noise then it stall. I turn the key but didn't crank.

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  • benard0719 Sep 06, 2010

    I just a 5 quart in it too, but it stall with a full tank of gas and oil too. I don't know what happen? Need your help and solutions,

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If there is no oil in the motor then you have locked it up

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