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Was running fine until it overheated, now refuses to start back

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If you take off the raditor cap a crank it over will all the coolant blow out? if so you may have blown a head gasket.if you pour some gas in the intake will it start? do you have spark at the spark plugs? you can put an old spark on a spark plug wire set it on the engine block .have some one turn the engine while you watch for spark at the plug.

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