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If you tried to run the engine with too much oil in it, the oil could have filled the cylinders. Pull the sparkplugs out and crank it over to check. Oil could also have filled the air cleaner and intake manifold. Open up to check there, too.
Water went in relays,computer mane it thats a desaster try drying as mush part as you can saw that hapen too many time everybody ask me clean my engine its dirty i always tell them so what its dirty and after i tell the story about the with a town car
The check engine light is most likely a misfire code. You need to check your coil packs for supplied voltage. If you have 12 volts supplied, check your ground to the packs. If your ground is good then most likely the coil pack is pad.
Not much to go on. Try replacing the start relay with another one in the fuse box. Thats if it won't crank. If it cranks need to see if you are getting fuel look down the TB carburetor looking thing on top of engine with key on and someone cranking engine. Put one of those testers in line with the spark plug wire it has a light inside that flashes when the engine fires. Or you could disconnect sparkplug end and hold on but it will knock you on your *** and could KILL you so don't do it
could be a number of possible faults.1/crank sensor not working when hot,trace this and pour cold water on it(dont do this if it is not by crank pulley as water isnt good for modules etc) and retry.2/sparkplugs worn,but usually they would fault more on cold start.3/fuel pump cuts out when run,try wacking tank from underneath and retry.though I would concentrate on nil spark caused by a faulty ignition module or crank sensor. Next time it fails to start.pull off a sparkplug lead,make a quick test plug with an old(but working)sparkplug.pull the side wire away from the center electrode 5mm and insert into plug lead.earth ground the plug on its thread against metal on the engine.crank and check for spark visually,don't be tempted to hold the plug while cranking.if nil spark we will have to test further which is faulty sensor.if it sparks ok we will need to test for fuel. testing for fuel is easy. when it fails,unclip air filter housing,while engine is being cranked,spray an aerosol based carburettor cleaner into air duct to engine,it should start and run while spraying and stop when you stop spraying if fuel delivery is the fault.fuel pump will then need testing/replacing. be careful not to spray onto ignition or any areas of spark