Question about 2001 Chrysler Voyager
Flooding, no power, gas in oil
Don't run engine. Loss of power can be from washed out cylinders from gas bath. Friction also increases and engine will seize.
Check fuel pressure at fuel rail for excess pressure. Dirty injectors can fail to close. They put a pressure gauge on system and then check for a bleed down.
You can borrow some tools from big autoparts chains.
Drain oil and change filter. Temperature controls on engine can fail and keep engine too rich.
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