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You have a verry serious problem, If the oil looks milky .There is antifreeze geting in to it, It could be a crak head gasket, Or evan a internal crak in the engine block, I hate to stay, With the transmission looseing fluid, That is serious (Allso) Start looking for a (Different) Vehicle.
its either not getting gas or its not getting spark to the plugs.. check if its a gas problem by spraying wd40 directly into the air intake as you try to start it.... if it tries to fire up then you have a gas problem of some sort... check the spark by taking out one plug and then take a screwdriver and touch the side of the screwdriver to the side of the plug(with plug wire attached) and the end of the screwdriver to the engine ..have someone crak the engine and see if the plug sparks.. If it doesnt, you have an electrical or distributer problem
There is a switch under the brake pedal that presses down when you put your foot on the brake pedal, this iluminates the brake lights, they are plastic and do crak, when they crak the 2 wires can touch and this blows the fuse.
they are tricky to get at as you have to be on your back looking up into the drivers footwell, you should be able to feel it though, easy to do once you get to it, also try some wd40 on the switch if it looks ok.
the only thing these two have in common is they are run by the serpetine belt,have someone turn the wheel or turn the AC on while you,with the hood lifted find if noise is a pulley or something driven in belt area