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So I'm driving down the highway on cruise control and I notice I'm slowing down. I go to give it some gas and either my transmission or engine started making a loud scraping noise and the car did not accelerate. I pulled over, It died, and smoke was coming out of my engine and exhaust pipes. There was even some coolant coming out of the exhaust. The bottom of the car is coated in oil, its everywhere. I don't know much about what to do next.
How do I find out what failed, I cant afford to have a mechanic look at it just yet.
Here's a couple pics of the oil while it was on the tow truck.
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