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If it won't start now, you would need to check for spark to the plugs and fuel pressure along with trouble codes in the computer. You'll need to know what direction to go in to proceed. It's possible the computer shut down the engine if it was too hot, but your temp gauge should have reflected that.
have you cheeked the ignition (coil ) ?? probably it is because we learnt it (the coil) comes down after engine high temperatures yes i know if car cools down and turn on again it is surely bad coil but some times the coil is just dead not only bad
The battery won't go dead while you're driving the car. It's utterly impossible for anything to operate with the battery cables disconnected. There's probably an internal short in the solid state resistor that controls the blower motor.
the alternator may of went bad and stopped charging so the car died when the battery went dead. Charge the battery and test to start with. Are you saying wont turn over ot turns over and wont start. If it turns over and wont start then it could be several things. Will need to get it diagnosed to be sure