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We were driving normally when all of the sudden vapor started coming out from the engine. The car turned off by itself and I was able to park right away.

One "tee" plastic coupler that goes by the heater core had broken and caused the leak. After I replaced it, the car wouldn't start again. I used up all the battery trying to start the car but no luck.

Any advice? Thank you.

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    I'd start with a compression test. If that passes, follow with a fuel pressure test. Then check for spark. The overheating may have caused head or head gasket damage. It also could have damaged various other engine related things. That's why I would start with a compression test. – Jupiter Feb 1 at 20:40

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