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I was driving home from work and stopped at a red light car didn't want to pull off gave it more gas and it slowly started to move. When it started to move it sounded like the tires was about to fall off. Drove for about 3 miles and the car stopped excelerating. I sit their for a while and tried it again got bout 2 miles and the same thing. Now the car won't move but if I turn the wheel all the way to the left or right it will slowly move.

My car has 189456 miles.

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