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Stuff breaks. That's really the only logical reason. Yeah, if stuff is loose it can lead to torque breaks. If stuff is too tight it can lead to too much torsion. But in the end, sometimes stuff just breaks for no good reason. The cast batch had too much carbon mixed in... Easy enough and cheap enough fix though. Just be happy you were home and not on a trip when it happened. Push starting an auto is possible, but not easy, and not without another vehicle.
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