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the next time it fouls check the plug when you take it out, if it is covered with oil then you may have a broken ring on the cylinder that is allowing oil to pass through to the combustion chamber and fouling the plug. Or the valves pay be letting oil drain in past the valve seats.
It could, once the engine is running it then keeps the fuelpump running with the oil preasure switch and if the oil preasure drops it can stop the pump,but should start back up unless theres a bad fuelpump relay,
One of the sensors or actuators you changed is not electrically compatible with your module. it will look exactly the original but is different. Check for loose cables at the restof the sensor that could be moved when serviced the car
check and see if your oil filter is tight, if being loose wasnt the prob. remove it and see if whoever replaced it before accidently left the old gasket in between the new one and block. as far as the antifreeze goes sounds like a gead gasket