cheers dude, only problem is i tryed to start it fired up on ,what sounded like two cylinders for about 5 seconds then stopped,then found out it was frozen...Tow it to a garage and let it thaw. Then, drain the water and replace with 50/50 coolant/water mix. Don't start the car with a frozen water pump. It could throw off your timing belt and cause engine damage.
I hate to be a doomsayer, but that doesn't sound good, mate. It's possible that you broke your timing belt. I'd get it into a garage, thaw it out, pull the timing belt covers, and inspect the belt before turning it over again.
thats what i was just gonna say.Even this is a better out come then the worst case scenario. A frozen cooling system can crack the engine block, heads, radiator, heater core....
As it thaws watch for leaks. :icon_sad::tissue: