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My 91 eagle talon overheated then ceased

The temp guage went up really high, on my way trying to get home, the car ceased then would not start, what could be wrong with it

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It may have gotten hot enough to fuse the pistons to the cylinder walls. Loosen up all of the belts going to the harmonic balancer and hook a socket to it. Try to turn it in a clockwise fashion. If it doesn't turn, your engine is seized and will be a total loss. If it turns, some other problem exists.

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