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sounds like you may have a bad safety switch on your shifter, if you have intermittent problems with it starting and it changes with movement of the shifter, it's probably the safety switch. The next time it doesn't start, shift to neutral and try it, if it starts, its the switch. The switch is designed to keep the engine from starting if it's in gear, but it will let you start in neutral and park.
There is a switch between the brake and the transmission. I forget what its called but unless you have your brake pedal pressed your car will not shift out of park. If you do have your brake pedal pressed there may be something wrong with the sensor.
A bad tire, a loose wheel, a loose tie rod end, a bent rim, (tire
balance at higher speeds), a piece of rust or whatever caught between
the rim and brake rotor, or between the brake rotor and hub. Have you done anything to it prior to this starting?
I had this issue and it was one of my winter tires about to blow out, showing signs of weakness.. hopefully this helps!