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About $320 dollars for the part. Then you have to add labor if you are not doing it yourself.
Try to find a slimjim to unlock the door. Try to hook the door handle with a coathanger if this can work on your vechicle. Call a locksmith.
If it is stubborn, try a little rust breaker lubricant around piston edge to see if it will break free. Also, you can open the bleeder valve while compressing to alievate pressure on the cylinder.
If it is not cranking, it could be the alternator has failed. Need to have checked. Have you tried to jumpstart this vechicle? If so what was the result?
May not be a gas leak but a combination of 2 things. Poor combustion due to worn out spark plugs or a bad spark plug coil and an exhaust leak between the catalytic converter and the main exhaust manifolds. Have to check both to see if the flex pipe is bad or the spark plugs are as well. Exhaust has a much stronger gas smell before it goes through the catalytic converter.
New air filter and fuel injector cleaner could help.
It is on the left side of the power brake booster. Looks like this http://www.autozone.com/autozone/parts/Relay-Fuel-Pump/_/N-8vdvu?filterByKeyWord=fuel+relay
The pan is directly under the engine block. There may be a plastic splash guard under the car you have to remove to get a clear look at it. There is a bolt at the rear of this pan which is your oil plug.
You have to get under the vechicle and look at the pan on the bottom of the engine block. At the rear of this pan is the oil plug. You may have a plastic engine cover in the way of your view you might have to remove to get to it.
It will either be the seals or the pan gasket. Check the tail seal on the trans. and check the pan gasket for a leak. Once located replace the part.