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wheelhopped then died

Wheel hopped about 1 to 2 feet then slammed down and rolled to a stop. It will turn over, but acts like its getting no fuel to fire?

Oh, it's a 03 v6 with saleen upgrades including 8.8 4.10 posi. It's wheel hopped before but never this bad. I'm guessing that something has broke loose. Haven't crawled under yet to look (very low sitting car, still looking for proper jacks to lift it safely), thought others may have had similar problems with simple fixes.

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check that your inertia switch in the trunk didnt get triggered


2003 3.8L V6 4R70W
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