I have a 2005 Hyundai Elantra with approx 155,000 miles on it(I don’t know if that matters). The car started ok at first. When I put it into reverse, I noticed that it was really hard to move the gear shift(which it’s normally really easy). I put it back in park and let it sit for a minute thinking it just had to warm up a bit more. When I tried it again, it was still hard to shift, but this time when it got into gear I heard a loud clunk. This scared me, so I put it back in park and turned off the car. Now it won’t start. All of my lights(headlights, dashboard lights, radio) come on, but the engine won’t turn over.
I don’t know if any of the following is relevant but I’m putting it out here anyway just in case it is:
The battery is only a year old(and since all my lights came on, I don’t think it’s dead)
I had an oil change on Saturday
The belts were replaced a few months ago
My check engine light is on because of an O2 sensor
could it be worth fixing or is it time for me to get a new car???