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Could be lots of things, check battery, Ign starter relay under hood, make sure car is in Park, then try Neutral also, could be Ignition switch in dash, they had problems with those switches. What have you tryed ?
In most cases it's the blower motor resistor. Below is a diagram of its location, the plug and how to remove it. Looking at the picture of the plug you will want to turn the fan switch to different settings (the ones that don't work as well) and if you are geting power to each of those conections at the plug but the blower motor isn't turning on, this will be your problem. If you are not geting power at the different speeds then it is either the switch or the wiring but like I said the blower motor resistor is common to go. I hope this helps and good luck.
You culd be having more than one problem. First if you are having problem putting the car in park. The car may not actually be fully in park and therefore the neutral safety switch is active and telling to car you are in revers or in gear. If this is true then your car won't start for safety reasons. Try putting it in Neutral and see if it starts then. Ormay have a neutal safety switch that is bad. Can you hear the starter click when you turn the key to start?