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Los Angeles, CA
Hey,i have the same problem.They say you have to take it to a shop.
Seems like my transmission is jammed or locked up,once i put it in gear ,it makes a loud pop & dies.
Remove the thermostat.If it still overheats it could be blocked radiator(check hoses for antifreeze flow) or take it to a radiator shop for a professional cleaning.Not to put a damper on things you might have a blown head gasket if loosing antifreeze.
Reset all sensors by disconnecting & reconnecting the battery.
Wrought out radiator ,replace thermostat.
I would check to see if the entire system is greesed & lubed,probably dried up bearings & joints.
Check all the other fuses inside the cabin plus the others under the hood,specially your main, engine ignition & crank.Always to check for electrical problems,start the vehicle ,once running disconnect the battery ,with a healthy electrical system the vehicle should stay running.