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Get the engine code read and post the results to further assist you. You can get a free read at an autozone or other parts store.
Try shaking the shifter while starting the vehicle. Also, try this in neutral position as well. Possibly sounds like the neutral position safety switch may have failed. When they go, you turn the key and lights and radio will come on but, when you try to start the vehicle you won't even hear a single click noise.
Agree with Prof. Body shop can do quick reallignment and get it repaired quick for you.
Fuel rail temperature sensor (FRT). Remove the intake manifold cover. Loosen the charged air cooler inlet duct to turbocharger clamp. Remove the air cooler duct and cover the turbocharger openings with tape so nothing gets in. Loosen the hose by twisting only. Now remove the air cooler inlet duct connector from the turbocharger. You can now disconnect the electrical connector and remove the fuel temperature sensor. Reverse for installation. Remember to prime fuel system first and then start the engine. May take more than one attempt. Once running, inspect for fuel leaks.
Possible loose wiring causing a parasitic drain. Probably best to take to a shop to locate the wiring issue.
Yes, I am sorry to say it probably is. Timing belts are used on interference style engines. Often when the belt breaks, and the vehicles is driven a distance afterward, the damage to the engine is usually catastrophic. Usually, the engine is beyond resonable repair. Try to find a rebuilt or go for new if you want to keep this vehicle.
This should help you out: http://www.autozone.com/autozone/repairguides/Chrysler-Neon-1995-1999-Repair-Guide/DISTRIBUTORLESS-IGNITION-SYSTEM/Ignition-Coil-Pack/_/P-0900c15280078ff9 Just follow the spark plug wires back to the other end. This is where the coil pack is.
Make sure to put the anti-squeal lubricant on the back of the pads if you change them.
Yup agree with #1. The water freezes creating blockages in the line. Ever hear of fuel line freeze-up? Same principal.
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