im running on a freeway about 75 to 80 mi/hr when it suddenly stopped slowly that i have to pull over on the road. i don't know what exactly was wrong. the engine was dead .when i parked, when i tried to start it, it no longer starts. whant,s wrong with it?

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Asked by Jul 19, 2007 at 08:21 AM about the 1995 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SL1 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

im running on a freeway when my car suddenly stopped slowly until it stopped running. after cooling it for 30min, i started it but still it won,t start. what wrong with it?

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Have your engine checked to see if the timing chain let loose. If the timing chain broke at speed you would have symptoms similar to what you are describing and the vehicle would not start again until that was replaced.

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sounds like your alternator died

115

sounds like its broken :)

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Is there gas in it?

65

soundsm like its time for a new car! Maybe a bmw!!!

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