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My 1999 Kia Sportage overheated. I pulled over to let it cool. Now it won't start. Is there a reset switch? Where is it located

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There is no reset switches on cars. Have you let is cool sufficiantly? You may have a blown head gasket and this caused the overheating and if it is bad then you can be sucking too much air in the engine to get it started or worse water could be getting in. Have this checked out,

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