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You said the engine went after "Took it in for fuel system cleaning and a few other things." I am pretty sure that is the reason your engine went. Did you do one of those "fuel system flushes" that are always being advertised? Most likely, those flushes stirred up old contaminants and rust in your fuel lines and it ended up clogging into the filters and engines. After you do a flush of some sort, you have to always change the filters!!! Other wise, the engine will literally starve to death and overheat and basically blow up.Report it
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