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94 camry. no get up and go. smoke from under hood

Temp is good. when driving on the highway, it wont accelerate when going up a hill, I actually slowed down. wierd noise coming from right side of hood (underneath). big smell of burning oil (but oil was spilled when topping off the other day) When stepping on the gas to rev engine, it doesnt sound the same. getting a different sound coming from right side of hood where smoke must be coming from today. I dont know all the names of everything under there. I think it would be whatever the part is that's next to where I put my oil in. I would describe it as the back right quandrant (just down from my wipers) I feel like there is something going wrong in whatever part that is. Hoping you guys can help me!!

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Was it okay B4 the oil was spilled?

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