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DId the Check Engine light ever come on?? Normally with such a major problem the check engine light should of activated in which case you can take it to a Autozone or most auto parts stores adn they can plug a Code reader into your system download the codes/messages and it should pinpoint or at least point you in the correct direction as to what is causing your issues.
I have had to do that a couple times with my 2005 Chrysler T&C due to a O2 Issue, and a Catalytic convertor issue.