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Q: Car leaking fluids

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My car is leaking fluids and will not run.

It sounds as though you may need a technician to come out and perform a test on the system to determine where the problem is. A mechanic from YourMechanic can come to you and check the battery, and determine why your engine is not starting - either it’s not getting ignition or fuel. They can also repair the leaking fluids.

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