Q: Car overheated while driving and I repaired the crack in the radiator, now car will crank but not start why?

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Car will try to start but won't after i added a radiator sealant because I had a hole/crack in it. It ran to get me to work but since it cooled off it will not start.

My car has 155000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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