Car died and now it won't start

Asked by Apr 08, 2016 at 06:37 PM about the 1996 Lexus LS 400

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was driving my 96 lexus when I smelled
something burning my car died and now it
won't start I have power to everything but it
just won't start

4 Answers

There's a good possibility that the engine over heated and that the radiator busted. If it didn't check the coolant reservoir and check to see if there's any in there. When you poor coolant in there and here it pour out onto the ground then you know there's a hole in the radiator and you'll need to get it towed. It also might just be to hot and won't start. Just let it sit cool down and try to get it somewhere someone can look into it further.

It never over heated all fluid levels are good it wants to start but it won't start

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What kind of smell electrical or anti freeze ?

i have the same problem and it was an electrical burning smell any help

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