(something) goes wrong

When a plan, an action, or a situation "goes wrong", it means that there are problems:

What went wrong at your birthday party?

If anything goes wrong, call me immediately.

When an object, like a car or a toilet, has problems, you don't say that it "went wrong". Instead you say "it's messed up", "it broke", "it has problems", etc.:

The hood of my car is kind of messed up.

My laptop broke last week. I have to get a new one.

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