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Bunker Hill, WV
Inertia switch?......wrong carb........
Did it run before changing the headgasket? Why was the headgasket replaced? Do you know if the no-start is because of no spark or no fuel? Is the timing belt and balance shaft belt on correctly?
How about calling the dealer and getting a part # and then calling NAPA? get a part # from them. See if it inter-changes. Then see what Autozones part # is. Odds are if the #s you get are from different manufacturers , they WILL be different.
Could be a warranty issue............
Possibly(most likely) due to warped brake rotors, nothing to do with alignment. If alignment was done properly then the steering/suspension components should be okay.
'but the air at floor level,'....what? could you complete the question? And would it still be under warranty?More specific and complete details of problem will help get a better answer.
BEFORE you replaced the module , did you perform any tests to make sure it is/was getting the proper control signal?
If the noise only started AFTER the mounts were replaced , maybe re-check ALL work as a start.
When you had it at the dealer and they quoted you $500.00 to fix it , did they tell you what the cause of the problem was or just give you a price and say thank you?
How many miles on engine and what code(s) were indicated from check engine light?..........Yes in many cases the head can be rebuilt , but if that's not the actual problem , ...........Do you trust the shop it's at? Does it run? maybe get references for another shop and get a second opinion? Post miles , codes , and other symptoms/conditions here and maybe other suggestions will follow.