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Old 11-19-2017, 08:30 PM   #1
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Default Need help 2001 sl2

I have a sl2 was driving heard some raddling on front right side made a stop. When I took off started in low cause transmission had started to slip a bit in drive. Any way took off normal when I shifted to drive went to neutral car reved up and shut off. Had to tow home would not start anymore. Engine turn feels like no spark . I have worked on cars but it's been a while lol all this is told to me by my grand daughter she was driving I towed her home. Need to no where to start

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