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It's behind the glove box
I have a question for you. Have you had a radio installed or had anyone been in the electrical? The lights are controlled by a Body Control Module. It has a fusable link under the hood labeled F. Also check fuse 21 under the dash. If no one has been in there, and the fuses are good, then you need a BCM or have a wiring problem.
Your battery might not have enough amperage to turn the starter, despite having enough to turn lights on. Try getting a jump, or taking the Battery to an auto parts store and ask them to check it.
That one is a tough one, over the internet. It might be a broken engine mount or broken exhaust part. You will need someone to take a look. Go to a place that offers free exhaust inspection.
Do you feel comfortable removing the door panel? If you do, get a test light and connect it to the leads to the window motor and see if it lights up when you work the switch. If it does, get power and ground to the motor from wires connected to a battery, and see it it works. If the motor works and the test light lights up, then you have a wiring issue.
You may need a new horn. See if you can find it and see if it looks rusty where the wires are attached.
I don't know why you need to know, but it is located just above the crankshaft, in the center of the block. Takes about 40 hours, the engine has to come out of the truck.
There are rubber boots on axles where the joints are located. Is one ripped on the side where the noise is coming from?
Well, what made you think those parts would fix your problem? What have you done to diagnose your car?
How are you checking the fuel pressure? Are you installing a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel rail where a valve is located that looks similar to a tire valve?