I have a question about my car. The problem isn't with the Tacoma. It is a problem with my Acura Integra.
Background: 1995 Acura Integra
Engine was replaced with a 6x,xxx miles
New timing belt and water pump
All done about 10-12 months ago and have put approximately 3x,xxx+ miles
Car overheated on the freeway. I drove it for another 5 miles and the car turned off once I hit a stop sign. I tried to turn on the car but it would not turn on. There was a little bit of smoke that came from the driver side of the engine. I turn it on 2 hours later and the car sounded like it was struggling. I turn the car on again 12 hours after and it sounded fine. There is a leak on the radiator and I replace the upper and lower hoses, radiator, thermostat and refill the antifreeze.
After replacing those parts the car struggles when it is on the stop but works fine on the freeway. I take it back to the mechanic and there was oil in the spark plugs. I cleaned out the spark plugs. A compression test was done by the mechanic and no other leaks are present. The mechanic suggested that it is the spark plug wires be changed.
I want to know what you guys think what else could be wrong or do you think that the spark plug wires being changed would fix the problem. This car is my daily driver. I work about 65 miles away and I can't afford to drive the tacoma to and from work. I'm trying to determine if there is any other problems that the Integra could be having.
You answers are appreciated and thank you very much in advance.