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At first my saab of year 2000 he was smelling like oil burn and then when I WAS RUNNIG MY CAR IN THE HIGHWAY I WAS GOING A 115 (my speed) and he start doing a wear sound like if it needs oil am not sure and then the red triangle with exclamation point turns on the car shut off and it didnt want to turn on again and when i try to turn it on again it was rough to turn on wat proble do you think it can be

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