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This type of vehicles do have the problems you mentioned, CPS, CKP, IAC solenoid, together with the coolant leak on top of engine and the crack of the coolant reservoir tank. I am telling you this as an Intrepid owner.
Check fuel pump pressure, if don't have a gauge, borrow one from AutoZone or similar AutoParts. Also check it when engine don't start. If OK, check for spark, could be camshaft sensor (CPS).
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Check under the hood at that fuse box there should be a 40 amp fuse in a slot marked "run ign" or some such thing, for about $3.75 if you replace that fuse it should start working again, this just happend to me a month ago.
Try replacing the fuse, on the 2004's the number 14 fuse supplies the sunroof and cluster (gauges), etc. Not sure if the number 14 fuse supplies the same things on your 2000 dodge but worth a try. If you have a manual it will tell you. This will more than likely be your problem if not let me know. To locate the #14 cavity remove the cover to the fuse box and look on the underside of the cover to find the location.
hi there too bad you have a problem with intrepid seems that you need to replace ignition cylinder this will send power to all of your acessories when the vehicle is running thanks for using the webs most helpful resource fixya good luck