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Sounds like the impact sensor tripped to the fuel cutoff switch. This switch should be on the right front passenger footwell, to the right, mounted on the kick panel. Push the button down on the top of the switch. Also, double check the battery and make sure all leads were reconnected.
Probably, your control arm bushing is going bad. Spray a lot of lubricant on it and if the squeak goes away temporarily this is your problem and then replace the bushing.
Need more info. Do you hear the starter motor ticking and does the engine sound like it is attempting to start but doesn't quite get there? A little more info. please.
Remove the bulb from the instrument panel. First, remove decorative cover bolts. Then remove bolts for instrument panel and lower steering wheel adjuster. Then wiggle panel out and remove wire harnesses and remove panel to get at bulb. Then remove it and reverse procedure to put panel back. Well, this is 1 way. LOL!
This is a burnt out bulb almost guaranteed. You have to remove the instrument panel to get to it which is about 4 bolts. Then wiggle panel out past steering wheel (lower the steering wheel first) and remove rear wire harnesses. You almost always have another bulb that will match this one in the panel. Switch them and see if it lights the automatic gear display. If this works, you usually have to get this bulb from the dealer as autopart stores don't carry these very often. Cost: $3 to $10 depending on the bulb.
Depends what mounts are used and who is doing it. If you are expect about $40 to $60 per mount for the part. If its going to a shop add the parts plus their labor.
You have a blender vent under the dash and if broke it can get stuck in one position which is the A/C. Also, check the heater core to see if there is a buildup of debris which can impede air being drawn across it.
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With the smell, I will say get the battery tested it may have blown a cell.
Check you power steering fluid level and fill if needed. Your brake pads or rotor may be causing this as well.