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It was the starter itself. 700

Never mind, and thanks for any who did look at this thread and ponder the questions.

Continental Imports did the diagnostics this morning, and everything passed with flying colors. There was power all the way to the starter motor, but it would not respond to power. I think that they then checked the starter by its self and found that it was, indeed, shot.

A new Bosch starter will be in the car by this afternoon, and all will, presumably, be fixed.

Now I have to figure out whether or not the loose ignition cylinder could cause problems in the future, and hit the FAQ about fixing it.
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