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Q: My car does not start, it had overheating issues in the past

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New battery . Powerful enough to crank the engine but does not start . Recent issue heater hose blew up , replaced it and car was overheating after pressure testing was performed . Now does not start . Can anyone help ?

My car has 239992 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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