Q: My cars rpms shot up to 7000 when started! Seemed possessed. I cut engine, started again, same thing. I tried letting out clutc

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It seemed possessed! Way too high. I cut engine. Happened a second time. Im afraid to try again. Waited a day. Do I try again or have it towed????

My car has 192000 miles.

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