Okay, black smoke is usually a sign of too much fuel being burnt in your vehicle's combustion chambers. White smoke is usually when coolant is being burnt in your vehicle's combustion chambers. The white smoke is what I was afraid of because of your vehicle being over filled with oil. This would indicate that your vehicle has a blown head gasket, probably from the extra stress placed on it by the overfilled oil. Here are a couple of links on the smoke coming from your exhaust:
I would like to do a compression test on your vehicle and see how that turns out. I have a feeling that the lack of compression due to the head gasket failure is why your vehicle isn't starting, but there is one way to either verify or rule out this. Here is a link explaining how to do a compression test on your vehicle:
Please go through these guides and get back to us with what you are able to find out.
Thursday, September 19th, 2019 AT 5:29 PM