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Car won't move

We were travelling when we noticed that there was smoke coming from underneath the car, so we stopped to check and noticed that it the oil was leaking.  We allowed the car to cool down and put a solution to stop the oil from leaking (it didn't work!!) We started moving and the same thing happened after a couple of stops we noticed that the car revs up but it was hard for the car to move... when we stopped again the car just refused to move.

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Hi
i think it needs water, because the water bottle is empty and the engine has got hot .
give it a try
i hope it will work

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